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CALIFORNIA 

STATE LIBRARY 



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2007 0200A51 3 

California State Library 



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Dunham, Carrigan & Cos 



ILLUSTRATED 



CATALOGUE AND PRICE LIST 



BUILDERS' AND HEAVY 



HARDWARE, 



IRON, STEEL, PIPE, 



MACHINISTS' AND MINING SUPPLIES, 



BSTO, ETC. 



SAN FRANCISCO', CAL, 



Nos. 17 and 19 Beale Street and 18, 20, 22 and 24 Main Street. 



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NEW YORK 



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INDEX. 



Acorn Tip Butts .... 

Adjustable Button-Hole Cutters . 
Adjustable Clamps, "Monarch" 
" "Stearns" 
" Saw, "Disston's" 
' ' Flue Scrapers . 

Gauge .... 

HandCuffs 
" Handle Draw Knives 

" Scroll " . 
" Hollow Augers . 

" Leg Irons .... 
' ' Pipe Tongs .... 
" Planes, " Bailey's " . ' . 
" Beading 

Rabbet and Slitting 
Chamfer . 
" Circular 

Dado Filletster, etc. 
"Steer's" 
Plumb Bobs 
Plumbs and Levels 
" Spirit Level. Plumb and Inclinometer 
Tap Wrench .... 



Tap and Reamer W 



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Wrenches, "Billings" 
Adze Kye Hammers 

" Handles 
Adzes, Coopers' . 
House 
Millwrights' 

" Ship . 
Aggravate! - , ljtnery Wheel 
Agricultural Screw Wrenches 
Air Pipe . 
Alarm Cash Drawers 

" Door Bells, Spring 

Yankee' 

" Whistles. ^. 

Alligator Wrenches 

Alloys, Table, Specific Gravity and Weight of 

Composition of 
Altitude of Jets, Table of 
Amateur Chucks 



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■ 123, 124 

. 285 

512 

• 5H 
5°9 

■ 573 
424 

■ 344 
399 

■ 399 
437 

■ 344 
492 

■ 403 
404 

• 404 
405 

405. 409 
406 
407 
543 

■ 546 
544 
526 
490 

. 488 
385 

• 377 
413 

■ 414 
414 
414 
494 
486 
332 
272 
154 
■59 
•54 

. 4% 
327 

• 327 
333 

• 463 



Amateur Vises . 
Amateurs Lathe Dog 
Angle Boring Machine . 
' ' Bridge Washers 
" Iron .... 
" Table, Weight of 
Unions .... 
Angles or Bell Cranks 
Angular Borers .... 
Angular and Ratchet Drilling Machine 
Animal Traps, Steel 
Anti-Friction Barn Door Hangers 

" Locks, Mortise Front Door 
Knob 
" Ship 
" Store Door . 
Pulleys, Axle 

" Sash, " Pacific 
" " Sheaves, "Collins" 

Shutter 
Antimony 

Anvil Vise .... 
and Vise Combined 
" Vise and Drill " 
Anvils .... 
Apple Parers 
Architects' Rules 
Tools 
Arkansas Oil Slips 

" Stones 
Asbestos Mill Board 
Packing 
" Wicking 
Astragal Front Sliding Door Latches 

" Sliding Door Locks 
Augers, Boring Machine 
Gas Fitters 
Hollow 
Millwrights 
Nut. 
Pump 
Ship 
Treenail 
Anger Bit Gauge 



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507 

• 5'5 
441 

• 3°5 
350 

• 352 
329 

. l60 
448 

■ 456 

2SO 

204, 206, 208 

20 

14 

52. 53 

32 

200 

199 

2°3 
202 
32.6 
507 
497 
498 
497 
272 
56o 
550 
576 
576 
339 
339 
33" 
29 

3. 24 
433 
433 

, 438 
433 
433 

433 
433 
435 



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Auger Bits, "Cook's" . 


432 


Barbed Nails, Steel Wire 


513. 315 




" " Mechanics' 


■ 432 


Barbers' Hair Clippers .... 


. 283 




" " "Jennings" 


432 


" Scissors .... 


284 




" Ship . 


■ 432 


Barley Forks ..... 


■ 367 




" " in Boxes 


434 


Barn Door Handles .... 


164 




Auger Handles 


• 379 


" Hangers, "Climax" . 


• 205 




Automatic Boring Tool 


452 


" "New England" 


205 




" Hinges . 


■ 143 


Nickel 


. 208 




Oilers 


256 


" Paragon " 


204 




" Window Holders 


. 17S 


Round Groove 


• 205 




Awl Blades .... 


445 


"Scranton " 


206, 207 




" Hafts .... 


• 445 


" Pulls, Flush .... 


164 




" Handles, Brail 


380 


" Rail .... 


220 




" and Chalk Line Reel Combined 


• 446 


" Rollers . . . 


. 205 




" and Plyers Combined, Belt Stud . 


446 


Barrels, Table, Number Contained in Cisterns 


333 




Awls. Belt .... 


357- 446 


Barrel Bolts, Berlin Bronzed 


. 104 




" Brad .... 


445 


" " Brass .... 


108 




Crispins 


■ 444 


" " Iron, Japanned 


[04 




"Peg 


445 


Wrought Iron, Japanned 


i°5 




" Saddlers' 


445 


Crozes ..... 


• 39 6 




Scratch 


445 


Howels ..... 


39° 




Sewing 


■ 445 


Nails ..... 


■ 3' 1 




and Tools, "Aiken's" . 


443 


Barrows, Wheel. Iron .... 


366 




Henry's" 


444 


Wood ... 


-,63 




Awning Hooks .... 


229 


Bars, Crow ..... 


388 




Pulleys 


• 197 


" Shutter ..... 


177 




Tackle Blocks 


197 


Basin Wrenches 


4S9 




Axe Bits, Hindostan 


■ 570 


Basket, Twine ..... 


• 242 




" Handles .... 


377. 37S 


Battery Copper ..... 


324 




Axes, "Albion " . 


412 


" Table, Weights, etc. 


325 




" Boys .... 


413 


Screen Wire Cloth 


322 




Broad Ship , 


. 414 


Screens 


■ 323 




" " Western Pattern . 


414 


Bead Planes, Fancy 


401 




"Clean Cut" 


. 412 


Beaded Boot Calks 






Coopers' 


413 


Beader Planes, Hand .... 


407 




Double Bitted 


. 412 


Beading " . . ■ . 


• 4o4 




" "Eureka" 


412 


" Rabbet and Slitting Plane 


404 




Firemen's 


■ 413 


Beam Scale, Boston Market 


. 267 




" Freighters' 


4'3 


Beams, Scale ..... 


264 




" "Hunt's" 


. 412 


Beakhoms, Coopers' .... 


• 39 6 




" "Peck's" 


412 


Bear Trap 


250 




" "Peerless" . 


• 412 


Beaver " . 


■ 250 




"Powell Tool Co." 


412 


Bed Casters . . 21 4, 2 


6, 217, 219 




"Sunset" 


. 412 


Bedstead Fastenings .... 


. 215 




Axle Grease 


362 


Beer Cocks ..... 


255 




" Pulleys 


[98, 199, 200 


Bell Cranks or Angles .... 


. 160 




Axles, Carriage and Wagon 


355 


Bell Cranks, End 


15s 










' " Mortise 


. 156 




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Side .... 


157 








' Face Hammers .... 


• 385 










' Hangers Plyers .... 


469 




Babbit Metal 


• 326 




' Levers . ..... 


149 to 153 




Back Flaps 


!20 




' Slides . . . . 


160 




Back Saws . 


• 417 




Bronze Metal .... 


. 156 




" " Butcher 


419 


" Tube, Zinc ..... 


154 




Backing Shaves, Coopers . 


■ 397 


Bellows ...... 


. 586 




Backs and Tubes, Forge 


586 


Bells, Alarm Door Spring 


154 




Balances, Spring, " Chatillon's " . 


. 265 


" Yankee " 


• '59 




Ball Braces .... 


448 


" Cow ..... 


161 




Ball Pein Chipping Hammers 


. 386 


Door, Lever and Pull 


14S 




Ball and Socket Saw Clamps . 


509 


Spring Alarm 


154 




Balls, Cannon, Table, Number to Poun 


i -334 


Gong, "Abbe's" . . 
" Hand . . . 

Horse Car ... 


■ 159 




Balls, Ox .... 


247 


159 




Bands, Hose 


• 33» 


• '59 




Bankers' Shears 


284 


House ..... 


159 




Bar Meat Hooks 


• 239 


" ou Carriages .... 


• '55 




Barbed Blind Staples 


319 


Sheep ..... 


161 




" Fence Wire 


■ 320 


" Slow ...... 


160 


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Belt Awls, "Lothrop's" 
Machinists' 

Osborne's" 

" Couplings . 
" Hooks 
" Punches . 

" Rivets and Burs, Copper . 
" Studs . 

" Stud Awl and Plyers Combined . 
Belting, Leather . . . . 

" Rubber .... 
Bench Drills, Upright 
" Hooks .... 
Levels, Machinists' Iron 

" for Squares, " 
Planes . . . . 

Rules .... 
Screws, Iron 

Wood . 
Shears . . . . 

Stops .... 
Vises, "Backus" Union 
" German 

" Parker's " . 
" " "Trenton" 

Swivel and Hand Vise Combined 
Benders, Tire, "Green River" 
" "Kinsley's" 
" "Worcester" 
Bent Rifflers . . . . 

'• Trimmers .... 
Bevel Protractor . . . . 

Bevels, Flush T 

Sliding T . . . . 

" Ship Carpenters' 
Bicycle Oilers . . . . 

Bird Cage Hooks 
Bit Brace and Breast Drill 
Bit Braces 
" Gauge, Auger . . . . 

" Holder, Straight Extension 
" Stock Drills 
Bit anil Countersink Combined 
Bits, Auger, in Fancy Boxes 
" " " Cook's' ' 

" " Mechanics' 

" R. Jennings 
Ship . 
" \xc, Hindostan 
" Car .... 
" Center 

" Dowell, Machine 
" Expansion, "Clark's" 
" Gimlet 
" Lip 
" Machine, "Cooks " 

" Screw Driver 
" Shell . 
" Spoon 
Blacksmiths' Drilling Machine Drills 

Sledgi 

Screw Plates 

Tongs 

Tools 



Blades. 



Awl 
Saw. 



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Bracket 

Butchers' 

Mack 



446 


Blades, Saw, Wood . 


■ 446 


Blank Butts, Double Acting 


446 


Blanks. Key, Bronze Metal 


■ 357 


" " Cupboard 


357 


" Flat Steel . 


■ 475 


" Nickel-Plated, Steel 


309 


" Padlock 


• 357 


" Till 


446 


" " Tinned Malleable Iron 


• 337 


" Trunk 


337 


Blind Fasts .... 


■ 456 


" Hinges, " Clark's" 


480 


Orr's" . 


544. 545 


" Staples, Barbed . 


545 


Block Planes, "Bailey's". 


. 401 


" " Iron, Pocket 


562 


"Stanley's" 


. 508 


" " Victor," Iron . 


508 


" Scrapers, Butchers' . 


. 4S5 


Blocks, Differential Pulley, 


480 


" Snatch . . . . 


■ 499 


Strapped 


505 


" Tackle, Awning . 


■ 500 


and Wheels, Pipe Cutter 


498, 499 


Blowers, ' ' Buffalo " 


■ 5o7 


" "Champiou" 


595 


Board Measures .... 


• 594 


Boat Hatchets .... 


594 


'' Nails . 


• 535 


" Spike .... 


284 


Bobs, Plumb 


• 550 


Boiler Clamps 


556 


" Rivets . . . . 


• 556 


Tubes 


560 


Boiler-Makers Soapstone Pencils 


• 256 


Ratchet Drills 


240, 241 


Screw Punches . 


■ 447 


Bolt Cutters, "Wiley and Russell's" 


447. 44>* 


" Ends . . . . . 


. 435 


" Holiler, Tire 


448 


" Tongs , . . . . 


■ 450 


Bolt and Rivet Clippers 


BS 


Bolts. Barrel, Berlin Bronzed 


. 434 


" " Brass 


432 


Iron, Japanned 


I3 a 


Bottom .... 


432 


Chain . . . . 


• 432 


Brass 


576 


Reverse Bevel 


. 43a 


Cupboard 


435 


" Foot .... 


132 


Flush, Berlin Bronzed . 


434 


" " Brass 


■ 435 


Ship 


435 


" Wrought Iron 


• 432 


Neck. Brass 


43" 


" Iron 


435 


Spring, Brass 


435 


Iron . 


450 


Square, Brass 


* 


Iron . . 


■ 523 


Cased. Brass 


493 


Neck. Japanned 


. -, 


^:isll 


445 


Window Spring 


. 423 


Carriage . 


. 


Door, Moil 


420 


" ('.cm 





421 




'32 


96 tc 


TOO 




103 




IO3 




I02 




I03 




I03 


100, 


IOI 




103 




'37 




138 




137 




319 




403 




408 




405 




408 




572 




345 




348 




348 




197 




494 


589. 


590 




592 


559. 


562 




411 




3" 




30 


542, 


543 




5'3 




309 




332 




358 




453 




482 


524, 


525 




304 




49 1 




493 




472 




10 1 




108 


104 


'05 




106 


106 


107 




109 




no 




"3 




107 




1 12 




ill 




112 


108 


109 


104 


'05 




108 




105 




109 


104 


105 




"3 


104 


'°5 








178 


301 






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Bolts, Eye .... 


293 


Brass Tubing .... 


332 


" Ship .... 


■ 293 


" " Table, Sizes, etc. 


• 3 2 5 


" Elevator .... 


303 


" Wire .... 


324 


" Fish Plate, R. R. . 


• 354 


Breaking Hammers, Rock 


• "387 


" Lag .... 


300 


Breast Drills .... 


45L 452 


" Machine .... 


. 300 


Brewers' Thermometers 


■ 583 


" Plow .... 


303 


Brick Trowels 


567 


" Plumbers' Copper Pointed, 


■ 496 


Bricklayers' Hammers 


• 384 


" Stove .... 


303 


Bridge Washers, Angle 


3°5 


" Tire ..... 


. 302 


Broad Axe Handles 


• 377 


Bolts and Rings, Swing 


292 


Broad Axes .... 


414 


Books, Hardware Price 


• 359 


" Butts, Brass .... 


. 127 


Boot Calks, Beaded 


356 


" Hatchets, "Sunset" 


410 


Borax . . . • . 


■ 362 


Bronze, Phosphor .... 


■ 326 


Borers, Angular 


448 


Brushes, File .... 


575 


Tap 


• 439 


Steel Casting 


■ 575 


Boring Machines 


441 


Tube .... 


574 


" Machine Augers 


■ 433 


Buck Shot, Table, Number to Pound 


• 334 


" Tools, Automatic 


452 


Bucket, Ore .... 


323 


Bottom Door Bolts .... 


. 106 


Buckles, Turn 


■ 304 


" Fullers .... 


389 


Bull Rings .... 


247 


" Swages .... 


■ 389 


" Snaps .... 


• 247 


Bottoming Taps .... 


5'7. 519, 526 


Bulls Eye Lanterns 


263 


Bow Saws, Butchers' 


• 419 


Bullion Ladles .... 


• 336 


Box Chisels .... 


395 


Bung Starters .... 


382 


" Hooks ..... 


■ 570 


Burglar Proof Sash Fasteners 


. 184 


" Nails .... 


3" 


" " " Locks 


183 


" Openers, Cigar 


. 281 


Burner Plyers .... 


• 469 


" Scrapers .... 


57o, 571 


Burs, Copper .... 


309 


" Leg Vises, Solid 


. 504 


" Carriage Rive I 


■ 3°9 


Boxes, Family Tool 


442 


" Tire Rivet . 


3°9 


" Hallway Letter 


. 168 


" and Rivets, Belt, Copper 


■ 3°9 


" Mitre, " Langdon " 


423 


Bush Hooks 


372 


" " "Olmsted's" 


• 424 


" Scythes .... 


372, 373 


Pit Saw .... 


421 


" Snath .... 


373 


" Twine .... 


242 


Bushings, Iron Pipe 


. 328 


Boxwood Rules . 


558, 559. 56o 


Butcher Knives .... 


280 


" " " Stephens " Combination 


. 561 


" Saw Blades 


■ 4'9 


' ' Triangular Scales 


55° 


" " Handles 


381 


Boys' Axes ..... 


■ 413 


" Saws .... 


• 419 


Brace, Bit and Breast Drill Combined 


447 


" Steels .... 


280 


Braces, Ball ..... 


. 448 


Butchers' Block Scrapers 


■ 572 


" Bit 


447, 448 


' ' Meat Cutters 


59 s . 599 


Ratchet .... 


■ 447 


" Scales .... 


266, 267 


" "Spofford's" 


44S 


Butter Tryers .... 


566 


Bracket Bed Casters 


214, 219 


Button-Hole Cutters 


. 285 


" Saw Blades 

Sets .... 


423 
• 427 


Buttons, Door, Japanned 

" " " on Plates 


187 
. 187 


Brackets, Hand Rail 


189 


" " Brass . 


192 


Shelf .... 
" Track, "Scranton" Hanger 
Brad Awl Handles .... 


. 189 
207 

• 380 


11 " on Plates 
Buttresses .... 


192 
395 




Butts, " Barker's " Double Reversed 


133 


Brad Awls .... 


445 


' ' Broad, Wrought Brass . 


127 


Brads, Steel Wire .... 


3'3, 315 


" " Chicago " Double Acting 


. 132 


Braided Chalk Lines . 
" Cotton Rope 


222 


" Desk, Wrought Brass . 


127 


. 222 


" Light Narrow, Wrought Iron 


. I2o 


" Flax Packing . . . . 


339 


Loose Joint, Acorn Tip 


123 


" Sash Cords 


222 


" Cast, Drilled . 


122 


" Wire Picture Cord 


246 


" " Parliament, Brass 


127 


Bramble Scythes .... 


• 373 


" " " Iron 


123 


Branding Irons . . . . 


360 


" Pin, Acorn Tip . 


124 


Brass Bars, Table, Weights of . 


■ 325 


" " Berlin Bronzed 


. 125 


" Plates, Table, Weights, etc. 


325 


" " Ornamental Bronze 


126 


" Rods ..... 


• 324 


" " Wrought Iron . 


122 


" Rolls and Sheets 


324 


Middle, Wrought Brass 


127 


" Stencil .... 


• 324 


" Narrow " " . 


127 


" Tubes, Table, Iron Pipe Sizes . 


325 


" Narrow " Iron 


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Butts, Parliament, Loose Joint, Brass 


127 


Carving Tools ..... 


• 442 


" " Iron 


123 


Cased Bolts, Square, Brass .... 


ll 3 


" Plain, Wrought Iron . 


121 


Cash Drawer and Cupboard Lock Combined 


92 


" Spring, Double Acting, "Chicago" 


I30 


Cash Drawers, Alarm ..... 


272 


" Table .... 


, I20 


Casing Nails ..... 


• 311 






Casters, Bed ...... 


214 


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" " Bracket . ... 2 


14, 219 




" "Martin's" . . . 216, 217, 2 


[8, 219 






" Pianoforte .... 


■ 2I 5 


Cabin Door Hooks, Ship 


170 


" Plate ...... 


213 
■ 2I 3 


Cabinet Keys and Blanks . 


■ I03 


" Philadelphia Pattern 


" Scrapers 


571 


" Socket .... 


214 


Cage Hooks, Bird .... 


240, 24I 


" Store Truck 


■ 215 


CalfWeaners .... 


248 


Casting Brushes, Steel .... 


575 


Caliper Rules, Boxwood . 


• 558 


Catches, Cupboard . . . . I) 


4, 115 


" Ivory . 


561 


" Lever .... 


113 


" Squares .... 


• 55° 


Flbow ..... 


• 1 '5 


' ' and Dividers 


554 


" French Window .... 


116 


Calipers, Double .... 


• 555 


" Screen Door . . . .11 


8, 119 


' ' Inside, Straight Leg 


555 


" Show Case ... 


115 


" and Outside 


• 555 


Transom ..... 


. 116 


Lock Joint Transfer 


551 


" and Knobs, Screen Door . 11 


8, 119 


" Micrometer 


■ 55' 


Cattle Leaders ..... 


• 247 


' ' Self-Registering 


555 


Ceiling Pulleys ...... 


196 


" Spring .... 


• 555 


" Hooks ..... 


. 232 


" Wing . 


555 


Center Bits . ... 


435 


" "Wrights" 


■ 555 


" Gauges ..... 


550 


Calk Sets, Boot 


356 


1 ' Reamers 


490 


Calk Set and Punch, Combined 


. 356 


" Squares , 


55° 


" Steel, Toe 


349 


Centering Chucks ..... 


462 


Calks, Boot 


• 356 


Central-Fire Cartridges .... 


3 6 4 


" Toe . • . 


356 


Centre Bead Planes ..... 


401 


Calking Irons .... 


• 477 


" Punches ..... 


39° 


" Mallets 


382 


Centres, Sash ...... 


185 


Can Openers 


■ 279 


Chain, Coil ..... 


341 


Canal Barrows .... 


365 


" Halter 


34i 


Cane Ferrules .... 


. 566 


" Jack ..... 


342 


" Knives . 


568 


" Machiue ..... 


342 


Canister Powder .... 


• 363 


" Safety, Brass 


342 


Canning Knives 


281 


" Sash, Giant Metal .... 


221 


Cant Hook Handles 


• 378 


Chains, Trace ..... 


342 


" Hooks .... 


38. 


Chain Door Bolts .... 106, 10 


7, 109 


Cap and Combing Strip, Roofing 


• 353 


" " " Reverse Bevel . 


no 


Cap Screws .... 


299 


" " Fastenings .... 


no 


Caps, Iron Pipe ... 


. 328 


" Hoists, Gyrating .... 


346 


Caps, Musket .... 


363 


' ' Pipe Tongs .... 


492 


" Percussion .... 


■ 363 


Chair Nails ....... 


3'6 


" Pistol .... 


3<>3 


Chairs and Fish Plates, Railroad 


354 


Cape Chisels .... 


■ 390 


Chalk 


362 


Capping and Fuse Tool 


473 


Chalk Line Reels and Awls .... 


446 


Car Bits ..... 


■ 432 


11 Lines, Braided .... 


222 


" Nails, Barbed 


315 


" " Twisted . . . . 


223 


Cards, Horse and Wool 


. 248 


Chamfer Knives ...... 


398 


Carpet Stretchers 


569 


Chamfer Planes. ..... 


405 


" Tacks .... 


317, 318 


Chandelier Hooks ...... 


238 


Carpenters' Draw Kuives 


398, 399 


Channels and Beams ..... 


35i 


" Mallets 


. 382 


Charcoal Forks .... 


3°7 


" Pencils . . . . 


358 


" Irons ...... 


252 


" Pincers 


■ 4Z2 


Check Springs ..... 156 


, 160 


Slicks . . . . 


394 


Checks and Springs, Door, "Shaw's' 


136 


Carriage Axles .... 


• 355 


Cheese Tryers ...... 


566 


Bolts . 


301. 3°2 


Chest Handles . . 172 


. 173 


Draw Kuives 


• 398 


" Hinges, Long Strap .... 


144 


Glue . . . . . 


270 


" " Wrought Iron .... 


121 


Rivets .... 


• 309 


" Keys and Blanks ..... 


i°3 


Carriage Makers' Clamps 


5'3 


Locks, "Corbin's" ... 76 


.0 80 


Rabbet Planes . 


• 4°3 


" " " Corbin's " Self-Locking . 


78 


Cartridges . . . . . 


364 


"Yale" 


89 

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Chests and Tools 
Chiffonier Locks 
Chimneys, Lantern 
China Nails and Discs 
Chipping Hammers 

" Knives, Plumbers' 
Chisel Handles 

Chisels, Beveled Edge, "Buck's' 
Box 
Cape 
Cold 
" Cold or Hot, Eye 

Corner 
" Ice 
" Millwrights', 



409 
88 
262 
244 
386 
495 
379 
394 
395 
390 
39o 
389 
39> 
278 
39 2 
394 
392 
394 
39' 
391 
392 
391 
392 
393 
393 
393 
602 
600 
264 
464 



' Buck Bros." and "Barton's' 
" Ship Carpenters 

Socket Firmer, "Buck Bros." and "Bartons' 
■' Beveled Edge . 
"Jennings" 
" " " Witherby's" 

" Socket Framing, "Buck Bros." and "Barton's" 
" Witherby's " 
LongParing, " Buck Bros." &" Barton's" 
Tanged, Firmer, "Buck Bros." 

" LongParing, "Buck Bros." 
Turning, "Buck Bros." 
Choppers, Meat, "Buffalo" .... 

" "Enterprise" 
Choppers and Cleavers .... 
Chucks, "Choice" ..... 

" "Cushman's" . . 46110464 

" Hand and Lever . . . 464 

" Horton " 

" Sweetland " 

Drill .... 

Circular Planes 

Saw Attachments, Lathe 
41 Spring Balances 
Cigar Knives .... 

Box Nails .... 

" Openers 
Cisterns, Table, Capacity 
Clamp Heads .... 

Clamps, Adjustable "Monarch" 
" "Steam's" . 

" Boiler ..... 
" Carriage Makers' 

Combination Locking and Pouring 
Door 



4°5. 



V. 



Eccentric 

Hand Screw 
" Quilting Frame 
" Saw 

Shij. . 
Clamps or Saddles. Pipe 
Claw Hatchets . 
Claws, Nail . 
Cleaners, File 

' ' Tube 
Cleats, Liue 
Cleavers, Butchers' 
Clinch Nails 
Rings 
Staples . 
Clippers, Holt and Rivet 
Hair, Barbers' 
Horse 
Clipping or Roaching Shears 



4 6! 

460 

465 
408 
428 
267 
281 
:■,'» 
281 

333 
5>5 
5'2 
5" 
513 
513 
33° 
512 
5" 
5'4 
5'2 
5°9 
5"4 
33° 
410 

572 
575 
573. 574 
170 
264 
3'2 
3°5 
3'9 
472 
283 
283 
283 



3" 



Cloth, Battery Screen Wire .... 

" Crocus ...... 

Emery . . ... 

" Shade ... . . 

" Wire . . . . 

Clothes Line Hooks . . . . 

Clothes Lines, Wire ..... 

Clout Nails ...... 

Coach Screws ...... 

Coach Makers' Vises ..... 

Coal Miners' Pick Handles .... 

Picks ..... 

Coat and Hat Hooks . . 2.50, 231, 235, 236, 

Wire 

Cocks, Beer, California 
Lock 
Racking 
" Water Way Service 
Coffee Mills 

Tryers . 
Coil Chain . 
Coke Forks 
Column, Pump 
Combs, Curry 

Combined Countersink and Twist Drill . 
Escutcheon and Rose 

for Ship Locks 
Plow and Filletster Planes 
Punch and Shears 
Smooth Rabbet and Filletster Plane 
Try and Mitre Squares 
Tap and Drill 
Vise and Anvil 

Drill and Anvil 
Swivel Bench and Hand Vise 
Combination Boxwood Rules . 

Cupboard and Drawer Locks 
Door Latches 

Lathes .... 

Locking and Pouring Clamps . 
Plyers .... 

Saws .... 

Pipe Tong and Wrench 
Squares .... 
Vises, Hand 
Pipe 
Wrenches .... 
Combinations, Stencil .... 
Combing Strip and Cap .... 
Compass Saws ..... 
Compasses, Cast Steel .... 
Composition Hasps .... 

of Alloys, Table of . 
Compound Cutting Nippers . . 

Welding .... 

Conductors' Punches. 

and Non-Conductors', Table of . 
Connecting Shackles .... 
troopers' Adzes ..... 
Axes ..... 
" Beakhorns .... 

Chamfer Knives 

Crozes ..... 
Doweling Machine 
Drivers .... 
" Flagging Irons 

Froes ..... 
Hammers .... 



PAGB 

322 
291 
291 
322 
322 
2 28 
223 
316 
3OO 
5°I 

377 
375 
237 
231 
255 
255 
255 
33° 
2 7' 
566 
34i 
367 
332 
^49 
490 

34 
54 
406 
482 
408 
557 
527 
497 
498 
5°7 
561 
92 
'43 
42.S 
33o 
4(1.) 
416 
492 
55' 
506 
5°3 
487 
36i 
353 
4'7 
554 
146 

327 
470 
362 
474 
327 
343 
4'3 
4'3 
39 6 
398 
396 
396 
395 
396 
397 
384 



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-'75 



Coopers' Howels 

Inshaves . 
Jointers 
Levelers . 
" Punches 
Rivets 
Scrapers 
Shaves 
Spoke Shaves 
Vises 
Windlass 
Copper Bars, Table, Weights 

" Battery .... 

Table, Weights and Gauges 
Belt Rivets and Burs . 
Burs 

Handles, Soldering 
" Ingot 

Pointed Bolts, Plumbers' 
" Plates, Table, Weights 
Sheets, Battery 
Tacks 

Tubes, Table, Weight, etc., Iron Pipe Sizes, 
Tubing 

Table, Weights, etc. 
" Wire 
Copying or Tracing Wheels 
Cord, Picture, Braided Wire 
Cords, Sash 
Cork Screws 

Lined Wood Faucets 
Corner Irons 

Trowels . 
Cornice Hooks and Eyes, Wire 
Corrugated Sheet Iron . 
Cotter Keys 
Cotton Chalk Lines 
Masons' " . 
" Rope 
" Waste 
Counter Scales . 
Counters, Revolution, Tabor's 
Countershaft, for Screw Cutting Lathe 
Countersinks 

Countersink and Twist Drill Combined 
Couplings, Belt 
Hose 

Pump Rod 
Covered Spring Harness Snaps 
Cow Bella .... 

Crackers. Nut ... 

Crank and T Handle Knob, French Window 
Handle Knobs, Store DoOt 

Cranks. Bell. End .... 
Horizontal 

Mortise 

Side 
I'pright 
or Angles 
Crispins' Awls 

Crocus Cloth . . . . ■ 

SS-Cut Saw Sels 

■■ Saw Handles 

11 Saws 

Rim Wrench 

s. Iron Pipe 
Crow Bars 
Crows. Drilling . . 



276, 



CAGE 
396 

397 
39° 
396 

39° 
310 
397 
397 
398 
396 
395 
325 
324 
325 
3°9 
3°9 
380 
326 
496 
325 
324 
318 
325 
332 
325 
324 
564 
246 
222 
277 
254 
'37 
568 
226 
353 
357 
223 
223 
222 

339 
26S 

553 

42" 

436 
190 

357 
338 
329 
148 
if>i 

273 
37 
37 
'5S 
160 
150 
'57 
160 
Ifjo 
444 
291 

i8o 

490 

511 



Crozes, Coopers' 
Crucible Machinery Steel 
Cubic Measure, Table of 
Cup, Escutcheons, Flush 

" Hooks 
Cupboard Bolts 

" Catches . 

" Lever 
Keys and Blanks . . 

Locks, "Corbins" 
"Dietz" 
" Mortise 
Cupboard Locks, "Yale" 

and Drawer Locks Combined 
and Cash Drawer Locks Combined 
Turns .... 

Curling Irons 
Curry Combs 
Curtain Rings 
Cut Nails 
" Spikes . 
" Tacks 
Cutter Wheels and Blocks, Pipe 
Cutters, Bolt, "Lightning" 
Button-Hole 
Belting 

Double Washer 
" Glass . 

Lace Leather 
Meat, "Miles " 

Hale's" 

Pipe 
" Screw, Wood 
Tobacco 
Washer 
Wire . 

and Plyers. Wire 
Cutters and Sniffer's, Meat. " Hale's " 
Cutting Machines, Pipe 
Cutting Nippers 
Cvliuder Wrenches 



p LGE 

39" 
349 
565 

25 
243 
"3 
114, "5 
"3 
i°3 

Si 

9' 
Si 
90 
92 

Q2 

"7 
274 
249 
226 
312 
312 
317 

■ 494 
524. 525 

. 2S5 

357 
. 48] 

27;, 

. 4S1 

59 s . 599 

• 598 

494 
. 522 

254 

. 48] 

47' 

■ 409 

53' 

IhO. |70, 471 

■ 487 



3". 

31 



"I>" Handle Shovels. Spades and Scoops 


■ 374 


Shovel, Spade and Scoop Handles 


378 


Dado Planes. Fancy .... 


401 


Filletster, etc.. Planes Combined 


,. .,-, 


Dash Hoard Lantern 


■ 263 


Dairy Thermometer .... 


583 


Dead Locks. Horizontal Kim 


8 


Mortise ... 


. 


Store Door . 




Sliding Door 


21 


Upright Rim, Store Door 




Y ill 


■ 


Degree Elbows, 45. Cast Iron 




Denial Snips ..... 


485 


Desk Butts. Wrought Bl 


1 27 


" Locks, "Vale 




" Hooks 


245 


Deer Traps 


25° 


Detector, linn 


- 


iph 


552 


1 Wrenches 




Diamond Bits with Countersinks 


: 


Die Stocks. "Duplex" 





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PAGE 




Die Stocks, " Forbes and Curtis " . 529, 53° 


Double Pointed Tacks .... 


318 




Dies, "Duplex" or "Magic" Plate . 


523 


" Screw Pulleys 


193 






Gas Pipe ..... 


527 


" Speed Indicator 


553 






and Taps, "Lightning " .51 


h 5'9 


" Reversed Joint Butts, " Barker's " 


■ 133 






" " " Machine . 


525 


Washer Cutters 


481 






" Stocks, N. Y. Pattern 


522 


Dowell Bits, Machine 


■ 432 


D 




"King's" 


520 


Doweling Machine, Coopers' . 


39 6 




Stencil ...... 


360 


Draughtsmen's Steel Squares 


• 549 


Differential Pulley Blocks . 


345 


"T" "... 


552 




Discs, China Nail ..... 


244 


" Triangles . 


• 552 




Dividers ...... 


554 


Drawer Handles, Flush 


171 




" and Calipers ..... 


554 


" Knobs, Porcelain . 


■ 244 




Door Bell Levers . 149 


to 153 


Wood .... 


39 . 






Eells, Alarm, Spring .... 


•54 


" Locks, "Bohannan" 


92 






" "Yankee" 


159 


" " "Corbins" 


82 to 85 






" Lever and Pull .... 


148 


Mortise 


. 88 






Bolts, "Gem" .... 


56 


" " Self-Locking Cash 


92 






" Mortise ..... 


56 


"Dietz" . 


91 






Buttons, Japanned .... 


187 


" " " Sargent & Greenleaf " 


9i 






" ' Japanned, on Plates 


187 


Pulls .... 


174, 175 






Brass .... 


192 


" " Druggists' 


176 






Brass, on Plate .... 


192 


Drawers, Alarm Cash 


272 






Catches and Knobs, Screen . . 118, 119 


Drawing Knife, Folding Handle 


399 


1 




Checks and Springs, "Shaw" 


136 


" Knives, Adjustable Handle 


■ 399 


| 




Clamps ..... 


512 


"Barton's" . 


398 


i 




Fastenings, Chain .... 


no 


" " "Witherby's" . 


• 399 






Handles ..... 


162 


Dresser, Emery Wheel 


494 






Store . . 16 


J , 163 


Dressers, Plumbers' 


■ 495 






" Barn .... 


164 


Drifting Pick Handles .... 


377 






Hangers, Barn 204, 205, 206, 20 


7, 208 


Picks .... 


• 375 






" Parlor .... 


204 


Drill Chucks ..... 


465 






Hinge, Saloon, Double Acting . 


131 


" Hammers .... 


• 384 






" Screen, "Chicago" . 


130 


" Sockets ..... 


449 


1 1 




Hooks, Cabin ..... 


170 


' ' and Countersink Combined, Twist . 


• 49o 






Keys, Malleable Iron 


102 


" Anvil and Vise Combined 


498 






Knobs ...... 


35, 36 


Drills, Breast .... 


451, 452 


j 




Wood. .... 


39 


" " and Bit Brace 


447 






Pulls ...... 


165 


Bit Stock .... 


• 45° 






" Barn ..... 


164 


Drilling Machine 


45°. 459 








" Trap ..... 


165 


Hand, " Miller's Falls " 


■ 451 








Rail ...... 


220 


" " "Chicopee" . • . 


451 








Springs, Hook ..... 


133 


" Horizontal .... 


• 459 








"Reliance" 


131 


In Sets, " Morse "... 


449 








Rubber ..... 


134 


Ratchet, Boiler Makers' 


• 453 






"Sabin's" Lever . 


135 


Double-Acting 


455 








" "Star" Spiral .... 


135 


" " Reushaw's" 


■ 454 








The "Boss" 


135 


Sleeve 


453 








" "Torrey's" .... 


134 


" Standard " 


■ 453 








Stops, Wood ..... 


39 


"Steber*s" . 


454 








Trimmings, " Scranton " Hanger 


207 


" "Weston's" 


• 455 






Dog Collar Padlocks 


75 


Straight Shank, "Morse" 


449 






Dogs, Lathe ...... 


515 


" Square " " . . 


■ 45° 






Double Acting Blank Butts, " Chicago " . 


■32 


" Taper " " 


449 








" Gate Hinges and Latches 


140 


" " Stub's " Steel Wire Gauge 


• 450 








" Saloon Door Hinge 


131 


" Upright Bench .... 


456 








Spring Butts, " Chicago " 


130 ' 


Self-Feeding 


457. 458 








" Hinges, "Gem " . 


r 3 2 


Drilling Crows ..... 


514 








Bitted Axes ... 


412 


" Machine Drills 


450, 459 








" Axe Handles 


378 


" Machines, Ratchet and Angular 


45° 








Calipers 


555 


Drip Oilers, Engineers' 


■ 257 








"' Compound Cutting Nippers 


470 


Drive Well Points .... 


331 








Cut Gimlets ..... 


440 


Driver Bits, Screw .... 


■ 436 








" " Gimlet Bits .... 


435 


Drivers, Coopers' .... 


395 








Ender Files ..... 


534 


" Screw, " Allard's " 


. 468 








" Face Sledges 


388 


" " Billings & Spencer's " 


466 








Handle Box Scrapers .... 


571 


"Champion" 


. 466 








Nut Clamp Heads .... 


515 


"Clark's" 


467 








" Plane Irons ..... 


402 


"Disston's" 


. 466 


- 




^ 






-- 






PACK 






PAGE 


Drivers, Screw, " Eureka " Spiral 


467 


Family Scales, " United States " 




269 


Ellrich" 


• 467 


" Tool Boxes 




442 


" Gay & Parsons" 


466 


Fancy Planes . 






40I 


Sewing Machine . 


. 466 


" Woods for Bracket Saws 






426 


" "Standard" . 


468 


Farmers' Vise . 






5°4 


Driving Hammers, Farriers' 


■ 386 


Farrier's Hammers 




385 


386 


Drop Handles and Knobs, Ship, Brass 


• 38, 54 


" Knives 






28l 


" Shot, Table, Weights 


• 334 


' ' Shoeing Pincers . 






472 


Druggists' Drawer Pulls 


176 


Fasteners, Sash 




182 


>8 3 


Dumb Waiter Fixtures .... 


210, 211 


" Sash, Burglar Proof 
Fastenings, Bedstead . 
" Chain Door 






184 
215 
110 


£ 




Fasts, Blind 

Faucets, Self-Measuring 






137 
253 


Earths, Table of Weights and Specific Gravity . 


■ 327 


" Wood, Cork Lined . 






254 


Eccentric Clamps .... 


5" 


Felloe Webs 






418 


Elbow Catches ..... 


• 115 


Felting, Hair 






339 


Elbows, Tin Speaking Tube . 


154 


Fence Nails • . 




3ii 


312 


" Iron Pipe ..... 


. 328 


" Wire, Barbed 






320 


Elevator Bolts ..... 


303 


" " Staples 






320 


Elliptic Springs ..... 


■ 355 


Ferrules 






566 


Emery ...... 


291 


Figures and Letters, Steel 






360 


Cloth 


. 291 


File Brushes 






575 


Paper ..... 


291 


" Cards . 






575 


' ' Stones and Stands 


• 576 


" Handles 






379 


Wheel Aggravator 


494 


" Hooks, Paper . 






240 


" Dresser .... 


■ 494 


Files, Hand Saw, and Handles 




534 


End Bell Cranks .... 


158 


" " Kearney & Foot " . 536, 537, 538, 


539, 540 


54i 


Ends, Bolt ...... 


■ 3°4 


Paper ..... 




240 


Engine House, Fire, Spring Hinge 


131 


" Rimer, Bent .... 




535 


Engineers' Drip Oilers .... 


■ 257 


" "Stubs" .... 




534 


Fillers .... 


259 


Fillers, Oil .... 


257 


259 


Hammers .... 


• 387 


Filletster Planes, Fancy 




401 


Hand Lamps 


262 


" Plow and Matching Plane Combined 




406 


Thermometers 


■ 583 


' ' Plow and Dado Plane Combined 




406 


Tray and Oilers 


=57, 259 


" and Rabbet Plane Combined . 




404 


Escutcheon and Rose Combined . 


34 


" Smooth and Rabbet Plaue Combined, 


'Victor" 


408 


" " " for Ship Locks 


54 


Finger Plates .... 




169 


Pins ..... 


. 318 


Finishing Nails .... 


3", 312 


316 


Escutcheons, Cast Brass 


38 


Fire Engine House Spring Hinges 




■3' 


Cup . . . 


25 


Fire Pots, Tinners' .... 




336 


Nickel-Plated 


33 


Firemens' Axes .... 




413 


Ornamental 


34 


I ? irmer Chisel Handles 




379 


Wood ... 


39 


Firmer Chisels, Socket, "Buck & Barton's" 




392 


Expanders, Tube ..... 


■ 574 


" " " "Jennings," in Boxes 




391 


Expanding Mandrel .... 


464 


" " " " Witherby's " 




391 


Expansion Bits ..... 


4.54 


Tanged, " Buck Bro's " 




393 


Expansion Joints .... 


329 


Firmer Gouges, Socket, "Buck ei Bart" 




392 


Extension Bit Holders .... 


(48 


" Tanged, " Buck Bro's " 




393 


Bye Bolts ..... 


293 


Fish Plate Holts 




354 


fur Ship Use . 


■ 293 


Fish Plates and Chairs, Railroad 




354 


" lines, German .... 


369 


Fittings. Iron Pipe 




328 


Eye and Hook Tumbuckles 


• 3°4 


Fixtures, Dumb Waiter 


210 


211 


Eyelet Sets ..... 


477 


" Grindstone 




58o 


Eyes, Pick ...... 


■ 376 


Flagging Irons, Coopers' 




39» 


" Screw . . ■ • 


294. 295 


Flanges, Plain Pipe 




329 


and Hooks, Cornice, Wire 


226 


Rail . . 




329 


Gate 


226 


Union .... 
Flaps, Back, Wrought Iron 
!•'! at Countersinks . 




329 
120 

43 6 


F 




Flat Nose Flyers ... 
Flatters .... 




469 
389 


ce Plates, Cast ..... 


187 


Flax Packing, Square Braided 




339 


Family Glue . . . . • 


270 


Flint Sand Paper .... 




291 


Meat Cutters .... 


599 


Floral Sets .... 


37o 


371 


Se.des. "CbatOlon's" 


265 


Flue Scrapers 




573 


"Fairbanks" 


269 


Fluids, Table, Weight . . . ■ 




32/ 


" " "Novelty" 


269 


Flush Bolts, Berlin Bronzed 




112 


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Flush Bolts, Cast Brass 

" Ship 

" " Wrought Iron 

" Cup Escutcheons 
" Handle Tape Lines 
" Handles, Chest 
" " Drawer 

" Pulls, Barn Door 
" " Trap Door 
" Ring Showcase Catches 
" Rings 
" Sash Lifts 
" T Bevels . 
Fluting Machines . 
Folding Corkscrew 

' ' Handle Draw Knife 
" " Tape Lines 

Rules, Steel 
Foot Bolts, Door 

" Scrapers 
Force Pumps, Plumbers 
Forge Backs and Tubes 
Forges, Portable, "Buffalo" 
" "Champion 

" "Keystone' 
Prospectors' 
Fore Planes, "Bailey's" 
" " Ship . 
" " "Stanley's' 
" " "Steer's" 

'Victor" 

Fork Handles 

Forks 

Forked Screw Driver Bits . 

Foundry Riddles 

Fox Traps 

Frames and Saws, Turning 

Framing Chisel Handles . 

" Chisels, Socket, "Buck & Barton': 
" " " " Millwrights " 

" Witherby's " 
Freight Sticks .... 

Freighters' Axes 
French Window Catches . 

Knobs and Crank Handles 
" Locks 
Froes, Coopers' . 
Front Door Locks, Mortise 

" " " Upright Rim 

Fruit Presses .... 

Fullers, Top and Bottom 
Fuse 
Fuse and Capping Tools 



6 



V. 



Gad Tongs . 
Garden Barrows 
L ' m " Hoes 

Rakes . 
Trowels 
" and Floral Sets 
Gas Fitters' Augers 
" Plyers 

Pipe Stocks and Dies . 



PAGE 

in 
in 

112 

25 

563 

• !7 2 

171 

164 

165 

. 115 

170 

. 181 

556 

272 
2 75 

■ 399 
563. 564 

. 561 

107 

190, 191 

584 

. 586 

588, 589 

591. 592 

587 

. 5S6 
403 
402 
404 

. 407 
409 
378 
367 

• 436 
322 

■ 250 
423 

• 379 
392 

• 392 
39" 

• 5 6 2 
413 

. 116 

37 
is 

4 

000 

3«9 

• 303 
473 



• 493 
365 

. 368 

368 

■ 567 

37o, 371 

• 433 
469 

527, 528 



Gas Pipe Taps .... 
" " Wrenches 
" Proving Pumps 
Gate Hangers, Anti-Friction 
" Hinges and Latches. Double-Acting 
" " " " Reversible 

Latches . . 139, 

Rollers 
Gates, Molasses 
Gauge, Adjustable Plane 

" Auger Bit 
Gauges, Center 

Marking 
Screw Pitch 
Sheet Metal, Pocket . 
Slitting 
" Surface 
Wire 

" Table of Comparison . 
Gauging Rods 
Geared Chuck, Amateur 

Scroll Chuck 
German Carpenter Pincers 
" Gimlet Bits 
" Eye .Hoes 
" Screw Plates 

Vises .... 
Giant Hollow Handles 
" Nail Pullers 
" Metal Sash Chain 
Gimlet Bits .... 
Gimlets .... 
Gimp Tacks .... 
Glaziers' Knives 
Glass Cutters .... 

Tubes, Water Gauge 
Glasses, Level . 

" Water Gauge 
Globes. Lantern 
Glue, California 

" Liquid, "Le Page's" 
" I'ots .... 
Gong Bells. " Abbe's " 
" Pulls 

, Steamboat and Locomotive 
Trip 
Gopher Traps . 
Gouge Slips 
Gouges, Ship Carpenters' 

" Socket. ■"Buck Bros." ami "Barton 
Tanged, " Buck Bros." 
Graduated Steel Squares . 
Grain Tryers .... 
Grape Scissors ... 

and Weeding 1 Iocs 

Grass Hooks 

Scythes .... 
Gravity Locking Blind Hinges, .Mortise 
" " Surface 

Grease, Axle .... 

Grindstone Fixtures 
Shaft . 
Grindstones .... 

Table of Weights 
Grooving and Tonguing Plane 
Grub Hoes ..... 
Gun Wads ..... 
Gyrating Chain Hoists . 



140, 



527 
• 487 

583 
. 208 

139. '4° 
139, 141 
141, 142 
209 

253 
424 

435 
550 
5*47. 548 
549 
550 
547 
551 
552 
565 
562 
463 
462 

472 
435 
369 
52' 
505 
442 
473 
221 
435 
439. 440 
3'7 
. 2S1 

273 
581 

515 

263 
-7" 
270 



in,, 
[60 
' 
251 
576 
I'll 
392 
393 
549 
5ob 
28j 
;f>s 
37^ 
375 
13S 

138 
362 
580 
581 1 

57S 
579 
4°7 
3/6 
363 
346 



262, 



576, 577 



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I lack Saw Blades 

" Saws .... 

Halts. Awl 
Hair Clippers. Barl pers' 

" Felting 

Pincers .... 

" Wire, on Spools 
Half Round Reamers 
Hallway Letter Bo» 

Halter Chain .... 

Ham Pumps 

Hammer Handles .... 
Hammers, Adze Eye 

" " Bell Face 
Bricklayers' 
Chipping 
Coopers' 

Drill . . . . 

Driving, Farriers' . 
Engineers' 
Farriers' 
Masons' 

Napping or Rock Breaking 
Pick Pointing . 
Riveting 
Rounding 
Shoemakers' 

Tack .... 
Turning, Farriers' . 
Upholsterers' 
Hammock Hooks 

Hand Bellows .... 

" Bells .... 
' ' Bolt Cutters and Nut Tappers 
" Cuffs .... 

" Drills .... 

" Lamps .... 
" Oilers .... 

" Punch .... 
" Rail Brackets 

Rail Screws 
" Saw Files and Handles 
' ' Screw Clamps 

" Shears .... 

" Spoke Tenoning Machine 
" Taps, Machinists' 
Vises, "Alford's" 
" Rounev's " 
German 
" Handled 

" Havdcn and Barnes '' . 
Hand and I, ever Chuck 
Hand. Swivel and Bench Vises Combined 
Handles, Hickory, Assorted 

Ad/e .... 
" Auger .... 

Axe .... 
" Barn Door 
Brad Awl 
Cant Hook 
Chisel 
Chest 

Door .... 
Drawer 

Drop, for Ship Locks 
File .... 



420 
420 
445 

. 283 
339 

. 274 

324 

• 436 
t68 

• 341 
601 

■ 377 
385 

• 385 
384 

• 386 
384 

■ 384 
386 

■ 387 
385. 386 

■ 387 
387 

. 386 
387 

• 385 
384 

• 383 
385 

■ 384 
227 

. 586 

'59 

524, 525 

344 

■ 451 
262 

. 258 

483 
189 

304 

■ 534 
5M 

. 485 
596 
526 
506 

■ 507 
5<>5 

■ 505 
506 

■ 4 6 4 
5°7 

• 377 
377 

■ 379 
377, 378 

164 
380 

• 378 

172, 173 
162 

171 



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Handles, File, Hand-Saw . 
Fork . 

Hatchet and Hammer 
Hoe . 

Hollow, "Giant " 
Lifting, Brass 
Peavey . 
Pick . 
Plane 

"Q," Hand Shaved . 
Rake 

Ring, Brass . 
Saw 

Saw, Cross-Cut 
Screw Driver 
Shovel, Spade and Scoop 
Sledge . 

Slick, Ship Carpenters 
Soldering, Copper 
Store Door 
Tool, "Excelsior" 
Handles and Locks, Store Door 
Hanger Track Bracket, "Scranton" 
Hanger Rail, Barn Door 
Hangers, Barn Door, "Climax" 
"Nickel" 
" New England 
" Paragon" 
Round Groove 
"Scranton " 
' ' Parlor Door, ' ' Ives ' ' 

" " "Warner' 

Hangers and Pulleys, Overhead 
Hardies, Anvil . 
Hardware Price Books 
Harness Hooks . 

Snaps 
Hasps, Brass 

1 ' Brass or Composition 
Hooks and Staples 
Padlock, Wrought Iron 
and Staples 
Hat and Coat Hooks 
Hatchet Handles 
Hatchets Boat or Hunters' 
' ' Broad 
Claw- 
Half . 
Lathing 
" Shingling 
Hay Forks . 
" Fork Pulleys 
" Hooks . 
' ' Knives 
" Rakes . 
' ' Rope 
Head Lights 
Heads, Clamp 
' ' Lathe 
Header or Barley Forks 
Heading Shaves, Coopers' 
Hedge Shears . 
Hexagon Nuts 
Hickory Mallets 
Hindostan Axe Bits 
Oil Slips 
" Stone 
Hinges, Blind. "Clark's" 



230, 



162, 



2 35 



534 
378 
377 
378 
442 
171 
378 
377 
380 
378 
378 
226 
381 
380 
379 
378 
377 
379 
380 
163 

• 443 

32 

. 207 

220 

■ 205 
208 

. 205 
204 

■ 205 
206, 207 

. 204 
204 

• 431 
389 

■ 359 
234 

. 248 
146 
146 

147 
146 

147 

236, 237 

377 

. 411 

410 

. 410 

410 

410, 411 

410 

367 
196 
570 
371 
371 
223 
260 
5'5 
431 
367 
397 
287 
3°5 

576 
576 

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PAGK 


Hinges, Blind, "Orr's" 


'37 


Hooks, Bird Cage .... 


240, 241 


' ' Chest, Long Strap 


. 144 


" Box ..... 


• 570 


" " Wrought Iron 


121 


" Bush ..... 


372 


" Fire Eugine House, Spring 


■ 13' 


" Cabin Door ... 


■ I70 


Gate, Automatic, "Scrauton" 


'43 


Cant ..... 


38l 


' ' Hook, Cast Brass, Raised 


'45 


Ceiling ..... 


. 232 


" " Malleable Iron 


'45 


" Chandelier .... 


238 


" " Wrought Iron 


146 


L ' Clothes Line .... 


. 22S 


" Port, Cast Brass 


'45 


" Coat and Hat . 230. 231. 235, 


2.36, 237 


" " Malleable Iron, Galvanized 


• 145 


Cup ...... 


• 243 


Pin 


127 


Desk . . 


243 


Quadrant . 


127 


" Grass ..... 


• 372 


" Saloon Door, Double Acting . 


131 


" Hammock .... 


227 


Screen " . 


• '3° 


Hay ..... 


■ 570 


Ship ..... 


'45 


" Harness ..... 


234 


" Spring. Fire Engine House 


• '3' 


" Hotel 


- =33 


" " " Gem," Double Acting 


132 


" Lamp ..... 


243 


Ratchet . 


. 128 


" Meat ... 


■ 239 


" " Surface 


129 


" Molding .... 


246 


Wrought Brass 


129 


Paper File ..... 


240 


" Stay or Support . . ' . 


127 


" Potatoe ..... 


570 


" Strap, Cast Brass . 


■ '45 


School House .... 


• 233 


" " Hart's " Patent 


144 


Screw, Brass .... 


243 


" Light and Heavy . 


. 144 


" Bright Wire, Iron and Brass 


224- 225 


" '* Light, Heavy and Extra Heavy 


144 


11 Wrought 


293 


11 Malleable Iron, Galvanized 


• '45 


" Shave, Plumbers .... 


• 495 


" T Extra Heavy, "Hart's" 


144 


11 Store, for Displaying Goods 


232 


" Wash Tray, Galvanized . 


121 


Tassel ..... 


246 


Hinges and Latches, Gate, Double Acting 


140 


" Telegraph .... 


243 


" " " '.' Reversible 


'39- I4i 


Wardrobe . . . 


■ 232 


Hitching Rings ..... 


292 


" Wire, Coat and Hat 


231 


Hoe Handles 


• 378 


Hooks and Eyes, Cornice .... 


226 


Hoes, Garden ..... 


369 


" Gate .... 


226 


" German Eye ..... 


■ 369 


" " Staples .... 


229 


" Grape ..... 


368 


Hooks, Hasps and Staples 


'47 


" Grub ...... 


• 376 


Hoop Iron ...... 


■ 35o 


" Mortar ..... 


3 6 9 


" and Paring Shaves 


397 


'.' Street . 


• 369 


Horse Car Bells ..... 


■ 159 


" Planters' ..... 


3 6 9 


" Cards ..... 


24S 


" Weeding . . . 


. 368 


" Clippers .... 


. 283 


Hog Holders . ... 


248 


Lawn Mowers .... 


289 


" Rings ...... 


. 248 


Shoe Nails ..... 


• 3'6 


" Ringers ..... 


248 


" Shoes ..... 


356 


" Scrapers . 


■ 572 


Hose Coupling Washers .... 


■ 338 


Hoist Wheel ..... 


347 


" Couplings .... 


338 


Hoists, Gyrating Chain .... 


■ 34° 


" Pipe Shrinkers .... 


• 338 


Holder, Bit, Straight Extension 


448 


" Pipes ..... 


338 


" Pencil . . . . . 


■ 358 


" Rubber ..... 


• 337 


Holders, Automatic Window . 


17S 


" Screw Bands .... 


338 


"Hog 


. 248 


Horizontal Drills ..... 


■ 459 


" Splasher and Towel 


. ■ 246 


" Rim Night Latches, "Sargent's" 


4'. 42 


Tire Bolt . 


. 49' 


" " " " " Bohannan " 


43. 44 


Hollow Augers ..... 


437, 438 


"Dietz" 


45 


41 Handles, "Giant" 


. 442 


"Yale" 


. 46 


Hollows and Rounds .... 


401 


" " Knob Latches 


40 


Hollowing Shaves, Coopers* 


• 397 


" Mortise Knob Latches, "Sargent's," 2 


0, 27, 28 


Hoof Nippers ..... 


471 


" ' Rim Dead Locks, 


8 


Hook Door Spring ..... 


■ '33 


Hot Chisels ...... 


■ 389 


" Cant ..... 


3Si 


" House Pulleys .... 


'95 


1 ' Head Spikes ..... 


• 3" 


Hotel Hooks 


• 233 


" Hinges, Heavy Wrought 


146 


I^ocks ..... 


16, 17 


" '' Malleable Iron, Galvanized 


■ '45 


House Adzes ..... 


■ 414 


" l * Raised, Cast Brass 


'45 


" Bells ..... 


'59 


Hook and Eye Turnbuckles 


• 3°4 


" Bells on Carriages .... 


• 155 


'* " Saw, Pruning 


418 


" Lanterns ..... 


263 


Hooks, Awning ..... 


229 


" Raising Screws .... 


■ 308 


" Belt 


357 


Houseline ...... 


223 


lt Bench ..... 


. 480 


Howels, Coopers ..... 


• 396 
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Hub Boxing Machines 
Hungarian Nails 
Hunters' Hatchets 
Hydraulic Lifting Jacks 

" Mining Head Light 



Ice Chisels .... 
" Mallet with Ice Pick 
" Picks .... 
" Tongs . . . . 

Incased Screw Pulleys 

" Snivel " . 
Inclinometer Plumb and Spirit Level 
Independent Reversible Chuck 
Iudicators, Speed . 
Ingot Copper 
Iushaves, Coopers' . 
Inside or Outside Calipers 
Interchangeable Lock Stencils 
Iron, All Kinds, List Price of . 

Tables, Weight of 
" Corrugated 
tl Railroad 
" Squares . 

Track . 
'* Countersinks 
" Wire .... 
Irons, Branding . . . . 

" Calking 

" Charcoal . . . . 

" Corner 

" Curling . . . . 

" Flagging, Coopers' . 
" Leg . . . . 

" Pinking 

" Plane . . . . 

" Polishing 

Round, Plumbers' 
" Sad .... 
" Toilet . 
" Tuyere 
Ivory Rules . . . . 



Jack Chain .... 
11 Planes. " Bailey's " 
" " Bench 

Ship 
" " "Stanleys'' 

" "Steer's'' 
"Victor" 
Wood Bottom 
" Screws 
Jacks, Hydraulic 

Directions for Using 
Lifting 
Timber 

" Log 

Jelly Presses 

Ins. Table of Altitude of Feet 

" Discharge in Gallons 



597 

411 
306 
261 1 



. 278 
278 

. 278 
493 

• "94 
194 

• 544 
461 

• 553 
326 

■ 397 
555 

■ 361 
35o. 351 

■ 352 
353 

• 354 
556 

■ 354 
436 

■ 324 
360 

• 477 
25 2 

■ 137 
274 

■ 396 
344 

• 274 
402 

. 252 
496 

. 252 
252 

■ 585 
561 



342 

4"3 
401 
402 
404 
407 
4<.S 

403 
306 
306 
307 
306 
308 
308 
600 
333 
333 



Jeweller's Lathe Chuck 
Joints, Expansion . 
Jointer Planes, Bench . 
" " "Bailey's 

Ship 
" " "Steer's' 

" "Victor ' 
Jointers, Coopers' . 



464 

329 
401 
403 
402 
407 
408 
396 



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Key Blanks, Bronze Metal 
" " Cupboard 

" Flat Steel 

Nickel-Plated Steel 
Padlock 
" " Tinned, Malleable Iron . 

Key Hole Saw and Pad 

" Plates, Wood 
Key Seat Rules 
Keys and Blanks, Wardrobe . 

Chest . 

" " " Cupboard 

" " Cabinet 
"' " " Till . 

Trunk . 
Keys, Door, Malleable Iron 
Kip Lace Leather . 
Kitchen Saws .... 
Knives, Butchers' 

" Cane .... 

Canning 
" Chamfer, Coopers' 
" Chipping, Plumbers' 
Cigar . 
" Box . 
" Draw, Folding Handle 
Drawing. "Barton's" 

" Adjustable Handle 
"Witherby's" 
Farriers' 
Fruit 
Glaziers 
Hay- 
Mincing 
Putty 
Saw 
Scroll 
Shoe . 
Knobs, Crank Handle. French Window 
Store Door 
" Door 

" Wood 
Drawer, Porcelain 

Wood . 
Picture, Porcelain 
Screen Door 
Screw Brass 
Ship 

Drop Handle 
" Shutter ... 

Wood 
•' T and Crank Handle, French Window 



96 to 100 
i°3 

■ io 3 
102 

• 103 
100, 101 

• 4i7 

39 

■ 549 
io 3 

. 103 

i°3 

■ i°3 
103 

■ 103 
102 

■ 337 
419 

. 280 
568 

. 281 
398 

• 495 
281 

. 281 

399 

■ 39* 
399 

■ 399 
281 

. 281 
281 

• 37' 
282 

. 281 

419 

• 399 
281 

• 37 
37 

35. 3 6 
39 

• 244 

39 

245 

[i8, 119 

• 244 
• 38. 54 

38. 54 
244 

39 
37 



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Letter Boxes, Hallway 


. 168 






PAGE 


Box Plates 


[66. 167 




Lace Tacks ..... 


317 


Letters and Figures, Steel 


36° 




Leather, Kip .... 


337 


Level Glasses .... 


545 




Cutters .... 


481 


" Plumb, and Target, Telescopic 


■ 545 




Lacing, Metalic Tipped 


337 


Levels, Bench, Iron 


544. 545 




" Rawhide .... 


■ 337 


" Pocket 


. 545 




Ladies' Scissors ..... 


2.S4 


and Plumbs 


546 




Ladles, Bullion .... 


■ 336 


Spirit, Plumb and [nclouometer 544 




u Self-Skimming 


ii b 


Levelers, Coopers' 


396 




" Wrought Iron 


■ 336 


Lever Chucks 


463, 464 




Ladders, Step, Railroad Shelf 


212 


Corkscrews 


277 




Lag Bolts ...... 


. 3°° 


Cupboard Catches . 


• "3 




Lamp Hooks ..... 


243 


Door Springs, " Sabin's " 


'35 




" Trimmers ..... 


. 28s 


and Pull Door Bells 


. 148 




Lamps, Hand ..... 


262 


Levers for Door Bells . 


1 vi to [53 




Reflector 


. 261 


Lifts, Sash, Flush . 


. 181 




Lanterns, "Buckeye" . 


262 


" and Lock, Surface 


[80 




Bull's Eye .... 


• 263 


Surface 


. 180 




Dash Board . 


263 


Lifter, Skylight . 


i86 




House ..... 


. 263 


Lifters, Transom 


. 186 




Police 


263 


Lifting Handles, Brass . 


171 




Railroad .... 


262 


" Jacks, Hydraulic . 


. 3°° 




Side 


261 


Timber . 


30S 




Tubular ..... 


. 263 


Light Narrow Butts, Wrought Iron 


120 




Lantern Chimneys and Globes 


262, 263 


" Strap Hinges, " " 


'44 




Lap Welded Wrought Iron Pipe. 'Converse " Joint 331 


" T Hinges 


. M4 




" 


332 


Lights, Head, Hydraulic Mining 


268 




Lariat Pins, Spiral . 


• 343 


Locomotive 


260 




Latches. Gate ..... 
" Door Combination, " Scran ton " 


M'. '42 
• '43 


Lignum Vitae Mallets . 

Line Cleats .... 


382 


1 


• 170 




Horizontal Rim Knob 


40 


" Hooks, Clothes . 


228 




" " " Night, "Bohannau" . 


43. 44 


Lines, Chalk, Braided 


220 




" " "Dietz" 


45 


Twisted . 


223 


1 


" " " " "Sargent's" 


4'. 42 


" Clothes, Galvanized Wire . 


. 223 




"Yale" 


46 


" Masons' . 


223 




" Tubular Rim Night, "Dietz 


• 45 


Tape .... 


. 563> 564 


1 


Yale" 


' . 46 


Lining Nails 


3" 


! 


" Mortise Knob, Brass 


55 


Links, Repair 


• 343 




" " " "Sargent's" 


26, 27, 28 


Lip Bits . 


435 




" " Upright 


28 


Lipped Adze 


. 414 




" Night, " Yale" . 


47 


Scissors, Barbers' 


284 




" " " "Sargent's" Brass 


55 


Liquid Glue 


• 270 




Sliding Door .... 


29 


List, Iron 


35". 35' 




Lathe Dogs ..... 


5«5 


" Steel . 


349. 35' 




" Heads ..... 


• 43' 


Lock Cocks 


255 




and Scroll Saw, " Denias " 


425 


" Joint Transfer Calipers 


■ 55' 




Lathes, "Briggs" ..... 


• 430 


Xuts for Iron Pipe 


328 




Combination .... 


428 


" Stencils, Interchangeable . 


. 36' 




"Goodell" .... 


■ 427 


Locker Rings 


170 




' ' Screw Cutting .... 


42y, 430 


Locking and Pouring Clamps 


• 33° 




" with Saw Attachments 


. 428 


Locks, Cash Drawer, Self-Locking, ' 


Bohaunan " 92 




Lathing Hatchets, " Boston " Pattern 


411 


Chest, " Corbin's " 


76 to 80 




" " " Sunset " 


. 410 


" " Self-Locking 


. 78 




Lawn Mowers ..... 


289 - 


"Yale" 


89 




Rakes ..... 


• 37i 


Chiffonier . 


. 88 




Sprinklers .... 


288 


Combination, " Bohaunan " 


92 




" " and Stands 


. 288 


Cupboard. " Bohannan " . 


92 




Lead, Bars and Pig .... 


326 


"Corbin's" 


81 




" Pencils ..... 


■ 358 


"Dietz" 


. 9' 




" Pipe, Table Weights of . 


334 


"Yale" . 


9° 




" Sheet ...... 


■ 334 


" " and Drawer Combi 


ned . 92 




Leaders, Cattle ..... 


247 


" Dead, Horizontal Rim 


8 


' # 


Leather Belting ..... 


■ 337 


" Mortise 


. 30 


" Cutters, Lace .... 


481 


" " Store Door 


3' 




" Kip Lace .... 


• 337 


Sliding Door 


21 




Leg Irons ..... 


344 


Upright Rim. " Yale" 


48 




Lemon Squeezers .... 


2/2 


" Desk, " Yale " 


. 89 




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Locks, Drawer, " Corbin's " 
"Diet/." 
" Mortise 

" Sargent & Greenleaf 

" Yale " 

and Cupboard, Combined 
Flench Window 
" Front Door, Mortise 

" Anti-Frictioi 
Horizontal Rim Dead 
Hotel, Mortise 
Master Keyed Hotel 
" Mortise Dead 

" Sliding Door 
" Store Door . 
" Front Door 

" Anti Friction 
Hotel . 
Knob 

Anti-Friction 
" " French Window 

Master Keyed Hotel 
" Rabbeted Front 
" .Ship 
" " Sliding Door, Ship 

" Three Bolt 
" Rim, Horizontal, Dead 
" " Upright, Dead, Store Door 

,. "Yale" 
" Knob 

" Front Door . 
" " Ship 

" Store Door . 
" Sash ..... 
" Ship, Brass, Mortise Knob 

Sliding Door 
Upright Rim Knob . 
Sliding Door Knob, Astragal Front 

Dead 

Flat Front 

Shi]. . 

" with Pulls 
Store Door, Mortise, Dead 

Upright Rim, Dead 
with Handles 
" Till .... 

Trunk, Surface .... 
I plight Rim. Dead, Store Door 

Yale" 

" Knob 

Front i i 

Shi]) 

Store Door . 
'Corbin's" 
rretson's" 
Bohannan " 
" Champion "... 

Diet/." . 

" Dog Collar 

Rureka "... 

Horse Shoe' 

" Sargent's " 

" " Scandinavian 

Small 
Yale" 

Head bights 

Oilers 



PAOB 

82 to 85 

91 



91 

90 
92 

18 

19 
20 

8 

17 



V-i 



49 



Window, 

Locks. 



Pattern 



16, 

16, 17 

. 3o 

21 

6. 7. 31 

19 

20 

16, 17 

10, 11, 12 

14 
18 
16, 17 
15 
5° 
5i 
13 
8 

6, 7 

48 

2, 3 

4 

52, 53 

5 

1 So, 183 

50 

5' 

52. 53 

-'3. 24 

21 

22 

51 

24 

3' 

6, 7 

32 

So 

■1. 95 
o, 7 

1^ 

'. 3 

4 

5», S3 

5 

B? 

178 

70 to 72 

74 
74 
75 
69 

74 
57 to 67 
68 

73 
160 
260 
«S7 



19, 



Log Jacks 

" Measures 
Looking Glass Screws . 
Loose Joint Butts, Acorn Tip 

" " " Brass Parliament 



Pin 



Cast, Drilled . 

" Parliament 
Acorn Tipped . 
Berlin Bronzed 
Ornamental Bronze 
Wrought Iron 



Lumber Pencils 
Lubricator, " Dixon's ' 



M 



Machine Augers, Boring 
Bits 
Bolts . 
Chain 

Dowell Bits . 
" Doweling, Coopers' 
" Oilers, Sewing 
Sausage Stuffing 
Screws 

Screw-drivers, Sewing . 
Taps and Dies, " Lightning 
Machines, Boring . 

Bolt Cutting, Nut Tapping 
Drilling, Angle and Ratchet 
Fluting 
Hub Boxing 
" Mortising .... 

Pipe Threading, " Forbes & Curtis " 

"Saunders" 
Spoke Tenoning 
Machinery, Wagon Working 
Machinists Kelt Awls 

Hammer Handles 
Hand Taps 

Iron Bench Levels 

Screw Plates 
Small Tools 
Steel Squares . 
Magnetic Tack Hammers 
Malleable IroM Oilers 

Iron Pipe Fittings . 
Swivels .... 
Mallets. Calking .... 

Carpenters' 

Ice. with Pick 

Lignum Vita 

Rawhide 

Ring 

Round and Square 

Tinners* 
Mandrel, Expanding 
Manilla Rope ... 

Manure Forks . 
Marking Ganges 
Marline . . • 

Spikes 
Masons Hammers 

Lines 
Master Keyed Hotel Locks 
Match Planes, Fancy 
Matching. Plow and Filletster Plane Combined 



524, 



529, 



308 
562 
192 

123 
127 
122 

123 

124 

125 
126 
122 

358 
362 



433 
432 
300 

342 
432 
396 
256 
601 
298 
466 
525 
441 
525 
456 
272 

• 597 
44' 

530, 531 

532, 533 

■ 59° 
596, 597 

446 

377 
. 526 

545 

523 

549. 550 

■ 54'' 
383 
-56 
328 

343 
382 
382 
278 

• 382 
3«> 

382 
38a 

464 
--3 
367 
547, 548 
223 

■ 477 
387 

16. I" 
401 
406 



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PAGE 


Mattress Needles .... 




290 


Mortise Knob Locks, Hotel 


16, 17 


Mattocks ..... 




376 


" " " Rabbeted Front . 


15 


Mauls, R. R. Spiking .... 




387 


" " Ship . . . . 


5° 


" Top ...... 




387 


Three Bolts 


■3 


Meat Choppers, " Enterprise '' 




600 


Night Latches, " Sargent's " . 


55 


"Buffalo" 




602 


"Yale" . 


• 47 


Meat Cutters, " Miles " 


59S 


• 599 


' Sliding Door Knob, Ship Locks, Brass 


51 


" " aud Stuffers, "Hales" 




598 


Mule Shoes ...... 


• 356 


" Hooks . 




2 39 


Musket Caps ..... 


363 


Measures, Board . 


559 


, 5 fi 2 


Muskrat Traps ..... 


■ 250 


Log . . . . ■ 




562 • 






Table of . 




565 


N 




Measuring Tapes .... 




564 




Wheels, Tire .... 




564 






Mechanics Auger Bits .... 




432 


Nail Claws ...... 


■ 572 


" Telescopic Plumb Level and Target 




545 


" Pullers . . . . . 


473 


Metal, "Babbit" 




326 


" Sets .... 


• 476 


Metal Countersinks 




43 6 


Nails, Barrel . . . 


3U 


" Gauge, Pocket, Sheet . 




55° 


" Boat ...... 


• 311 


Head Gimlets .... 




439 


" Box ..... 


3" 


Sash Chain, Giant 




221 


" Car, Barbed Wire .... 


• 315 


Metals ...... 




326 


Casing ..... 


31 ' 


Table of Relative Malleability 




327 


Chair ..... 


■ 3' 6 


" " " " Specific Resistances . 




327 


" China and Discs 


244 


" " " Weights and Specific Gravity 


327 


" Cigar Box ..... 


. 3i6 


Metalic Tipped Lacing 




337 


" Clinch ..... 


311- 312 


Micrometer Caliper ... . . 




55' 


" Clout . . ... 


■ 316 


" " Table of Decimals for 




565 


"Cut .... . 


311 


Middle Butts, Wrought Brass 




127 


" " Table of Comparison with Wire 


• 313 


Mill Board, "Asbestos" 




339 


Fencing ..... 


3'1, 312 


Mills, Coffee ..... 




271 


Finishing . . 311, 


3 12 . 3'6 


Milled Nail Sets .... 




476 


Horse Shoe .... 


316 


Millwrights' Augers .... 




433 


Hungarian ..... 


. 316 


" Adzes .... 




414 


" Lining 


3ii 


" Chisels 




392 


Picture ..... 


• 245 


" Gouges .... 




392 


Roofing ..... 


3"i 


Mincing Knives ..... 




2S2 


" Barbed .... 


■ 315 


Miners' Coal Pick Handles 




377 


Table of Quantities, Per Pound 


3'3 


" Picks, Coal .... 




375 


" Track ..... 


3" 


Mining. Headlight, Hydraulic 




260 


" Tobacco ..... 


3" 


" Screens ..... 




323 


" Upholsterers .... 


■ 244 


Mink Traps ..... 




250 


Wire, Barbed .... 


315 


Mitre Boxes, " Langdon " 




423 


" Steel ..... 


313, 3'4 


" " "Olmsted 




424 


" " " Table of Comparison with Cut 


3'4 


Mitre and Try Squares .... 




557 


Napping or Rock Breaking Hammers 


■ 387 


Molasses Gates ..... 




253 


Narrow Butts, Wrought Brass 


127 


Molding Hooks . . 




246 


" " Light Wrought Iron 


120 


Mortar Hoes ..... 




369 


" Loose Pin 


122 


Mortars and Pestles .... 




335 


" " Regular Wrought Iron 


120 


Mortising Machines .... 




441 


Neck Bolts, Brass .... 


108, 109 


Mouse Traps, Wood .... 




251 


" " Iron ..... 


104, 105 


Moulders' Bellows .... 




586 


Needles, Mattress .... 


290 


Mowers, Lawn ..... 




289 


" Packing ..... 


. 290 


Mortise Bell Cranks .... 




156 


Sail 


290 


" Blind Hinges .... 




■38 


' ' Spring Eyed .... 


290 


" Bolts, "Sargent's" 




56 


Upholsterers .... 


290 


Cupboard Locks .... 




Si 


Nest of Saws ..... 


■ 417 


' ' Dead Locks .... 




3° 


Night Latches, Horizontal Rim, "Sargent'' . 


■ 41, 42 


" Sliding Door 




21 


" " " " " Bohannan " 


43, 44 


" " " Store Door 




31 


" " " " "Yale" 


46 


Drawer Locks . 




88 


" " Tubular " " Dietz . 


45 


' ' Front Door Locks 




19, 20 


" "Yale" 


46 


" Knob Latches, Horizontal 


26, 


27, 28 


" " Mortise " "Yale" 


47 


" " " Brass . 




55 


" " " Sargent's," Brass 


55 


" " " Upright . 




28 


Nippers, Cutting .... 469 


470, 471 


" Knob Locks 


), 10, 


II, 12 


" Hoof ..... 


■ 471 


" " " Anti-Friction Latch 




14 


Nipples, Iron Pipe .... 


328 


" " " French Window 




18 


Noiseless Saw Vises .... 


• 5io 



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Norway Iron 


351 


Padlocks, "Sargent's". 


57 to 67 


Nosing Planes . 


. 401 


" Scandinavian 


. 6S 


Notched Sorew Plates, " Stub's " 


521 


Small 


75 


Nut Augers ...... 


■ 433 


" Spring, " Bohannan " . 


70, 7'. 72 


" Crackers . . . . . . 


273 


"Dietz" 


74 


' ' Tappers. ' ' Lightning " 


524. 525 


" " Horse Shoe " Pattern 


■ 74 


Nuts and Washers .... 


3°5 


"Yale" 


73 






Palms, Sailors' ..... 


. 290 






Panel Plow Planes .... 


401 


o 




Paper, Emery ..... 


■ 291 






" Sand ..... 


291 


Oakum ...... 


339 


" Shot Shells ..... 


• 363 


Oblong Plate Casters . . . . 


216, 218 


Paper Files ... 


240 


Octagon Nail Sets .... 


476 


" File Hooks . 


. 240 


Reamers . 


■ 436 


" Shears ..... 


284 


Oil Well Rope ... 


223 


Parabolic Head Light 


. 260 


Oil Fillers ..... 


■ 257 


Parallel Vises ... 


498, 500 


Draper's" 


259 


Parers, Apple ..... 


. 272 


" Slips ...... 


• 576 


" Peach ..... 


272 


" Stones ..... 


576 


Paring Chisels, Socket, "Buck & Barton's " 


• 392 


" " and Stands 


• 576 


" " Tanged, " Buck Bros. " 


393 


Oiler Spouts ..... 


256 


" Gouges, Socket, " Buck & Barton's " 


• 392 


Oilers, Bicycle .... 


. 256 


" " Tanged, " Buck Bros. " 


393 


" "Chase's" .... 


256 


" Shaves, Coopers' .... 


• 397 


" "Draper's" 


25S, 259 


Parliament Butts, Loose Joint, Brass 


127 


Drip ..... 


257 


" " " Cast 


■ 123 


" Force .... 


. 256 


" " Wrought Iron, Plain 


121 


" " Hauck's " Automatic 


256 


Pattern Makers' Shrinkage Rules 


• 562 


" Locomotive 


• 257 


Peach Parers . . . . ■ 


272 


Malleable Iron .... 


256 


Peaveys ...... 


.. 381 


" Paragon " . 


256 


" Handles .... 


37S 


" Sewing Machine 


256 


Peg Awls . . . • 


■ 445 


and Tray, Engineers' 


257 


Peg Awl Hafts ... 


445 


" Draper's " 


259 


Pencils, Boiler Makers' Soapstone 


• 358 


One Man Cross-Cut Saw Handles . 


. 381 


" Carpenters' . . . • 


35» 


" " Saws 


420 


Lead ... 


■ 358 


Openers, Can .... 


279 


Lumber 


358 


" Cigar Box .... 


281 


Pencil Holder ... 


■ 35« 


Orange Shears .... 


■ 285 


Percussion Caps . 


363 


Ore Buckets ... 


323 


Pestles and Mortars 


■ 335 


Ornamental Escutcheons . 


34 


Phosphor Bronze .... 


326 


Otter Trap ..... 


250 


Pianoforte Casters . . 2 


IS. 216, 217 


Oval Top Retort .... 


■ 335 


Pick Eyes ... 


376 


Overhead Hangers anil Pulleys 


43' 


" Handles 


;77 


" Railways 


■ 347 


" Mattocks . . 


376 


( >x Balls, Hrass ..... 


247 


" Pointing Hammer . . . . 


• 386 


Ox I'.mv Pins .... 


247 


" Tongs . . • 


493 


Ox Shoes ..... 


35« 


Picks, Coal .Miners' . 


375 






Drifting ... 


375 






Ice 


*78 


P 




" with Mallei 


278 






'• Poll . . . ■ 


• 375 


Packing, Asbestos . 


339 


Prospectors* 


375 


Plea ..... 


• 


Railroad 


■ 375 


"Jenkins" 


• 34° 


Surface . 


375 


Piston ..... 


339 


Picket or Tent Pin 


343 


Rope .... 


339 


Picture Cord, Wire, Braided 


246 


Rubber 


340 


Knobs, Porcelain 


245 


Soapstoae 


339 


Nails 


245 


Packing Needles .... 


290 


Pin Hinges . • • ■ 


127 


Packing or Wad Punches 


• 475 


" Pulleys 


199 


P. nl and Saw. Keyhole . 


417 


" Vises 


■ 505 


Pads, Saw .... 


417 


Pins. Escutcheon 


3'8 


Padlock Hasps, Wrought Iron 


146 


Ox Bow 


-47 


Keys and Blanks 


. 103 


Split 


357 


Padlocks. "Champion" 


74 


Tent or Picket 


343 


" Dog Collar 


75 


" Turn, Plumbers' . 


495 


"Eureka" . 


69 


Pincers, Carpenters' 


472 







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PAGE 




Pincers, Farriers' Shoeing 


472 


Planes, Tonguing and Grooving 


4°7 




Hair .... 


274 


" Wood Bottom .... 


403, 407 




Pinking Irons . . . • ■ 


274 


" Wood- Workers' Handy Router 


407 




Pipe, " Converse " Patent Lock Joint 


■ 331 


Planters' Hoes ..... 


• 3^ 




" Lead, Table of Weights, etc. 


334 


Plastering Trowels .... 


568 




" Steam and Air 


■ 332 


Plate Casters ..... 


. 213 




" Wrought Iron, Welded . 


331. 332 


" Saw Sets ..... 


480 




Pipe Clamps .... 


• 33° 


Plates, Face, Cast ..... 


. IS? 




Pipe Cutters, " Barnes " 


494 


" Finger ... 


I69 




" " "Sauuder's" 


■ 494 


" Fish, Railroad .... 


■ 354 




" " " Stanwood's " . 


494 


" Key, Wood .... 


39 




" Fittings, Malleable Iron 


• 328 


" Letter Box ..... 


166, 167 




" Flanges ..... 


329 


" Sash Pull .... 


179 




" Plates, " Magic " or " Duplex " 


■ 528 


" Screw, "Duplex " or " Magic " . 


■ 523 




" Saddles ..... 


33o 


" '* German 


521 




" Stocks and Dies, Gas 


527, 528 


" " Gunsmiths' 


• 521 




" Straps . 


328 


" " " New York " . 


522, 526 




" Taps, Gas .... 


• 527 


"Stub's," Notched 


■ 521 




" Threading Machines, "Forbes & Curtis' 


529 to 53' 


'Wiley & Russell" . 


516, 518 




" " " "Saunders" 


532, 533 


Plates and Stubs ..... 


■ 213 




" " Tools 


527, 52S 


Platform Scales, Portable 


269 




" Tongs, Adjustable 


492 


Plow Bolts . . ... 


■ 3°3 




" Chain 


■ 492 


" Filletster and Matching Planes, Combined 


406 




Plain .... 


492 


" Planes, Panel .... 


401 




" Tong and Wrench Combined 


• 492 


Plug Taps, " King's " .... 


520 




" Vises ..... 


5°2, 503 


" " "Lightning" .... 


517, 519 




" Wrenches .... 


• 487 


" " Machinists' . 


526 




Pipes, Hose ' 


338 


Plugs, Iron Pipe ..... 


. 32S 




Pistol Caps ..... 


. 363 


Plumb Bobs ..... 


542, 543 




Piston Packing ..... 


339 


" Inclinometer and Spirit Level 


544 




Pit Saw Tillers and Boxes 


. 421 


" Level and Target, Telescopic . 


545 




Pit Saws ..... 


421 


Plumbs and Levels ..... 


■ 546 




Plane Handles .... 


. 380 


Plumbago . . 


3 fi 2 




" Irons ..... 


402 


Plumbers' Force Pumps .... 


• 584 




Planes, Adjustable, " Bailey's " 


• 403 


Tools .... 


495, 49° 




" " Beading 


404 


Plyers, Bell-Hangers' . . ... 


• 469 




" " Rabbet and Slitting 


• 4°4 


" " Billing's" Combination 


469 




Dado, Plow, etc. . 


406 


" Burner ..... 


• 4% 




" " Wood Bottom 


• 407 


Flat Nose .... 


469 




" Bead ..... 


401 


Gas ...... 


• 469 




Bench .... 


401 


" Round ..... 


469 




Chamfer .... 


405 


Saddlers' Punch .... 


• 474 




Circular .... 


los, 408 


" Telegraph .... 


470 


p 


Combined Plow, Filletster, etc. 


406 


and Belt Stud Awl Combined 


• 44" 


Rabbet and Filletster . 


■ 4°4 


and Cutters, Buttons, Wire 


469 


p 


" " Smooth, Rabbet and Filletste 


408 


Pocket Corkscrews- .... 


■ 27s 






Dado . . 


401, 406 


Levels ..... 


545 




': 


Fancy . . . 


401 


Iron for Square 


■ 545 






Filletster .... 


. 401 


Pocket Planes, Iron .... 


408 






" Hand Beader 


407 


" Scissors ..... 


. 284 






Hollows and Rounds 


. 401 


" Sheet Metal Gauge 


550 






" Improved, "Stanley's" 


404, 405 


' ' Spring Measuring Tapes . 


• 564 






Iron, " Bailey's " . 


■ 403 


Points, Drive Well .... 


33' 






" " Stanley's " . 


405 


" Tailors ..... 


. 284 






" " "Steer's" 


• 407 


Trammel .... 


548 






" " "Victor" 


408 


Pointers, Spoke ..... 


■ 439 






Match .... 


. 401 


Pointing Hammers, Pick 


386 






" Nosing .... 


401 


Trowels ..... 


. 568 






" Panel Plow 


401 


Police Lanterns, Bull's Eye 


• • 263 


,, »•- 




" Pocket. Iron 


408 


Polish, Stove . . 


. 362 






" Quarter Round 


. 401 


Polishing Irons ..... 


252 






Rabbet, Bull-Nose 


405 


Poll Picks . . ... 


• 375 


_^m 




" Carriage Makers' . 


• 403 


Port Hinges, Cast Brass 


'45 






" Improved 


4"4, 405 


" " Malleable Iron 


'45 






" Skew 


401 


Portable Forges, " Buffalo " . 


588, 589 






" and Filletster . 


404 


" " "Champion'' 


591, 592 






" Ship .... 


. 402 


" " "Keystone" 


587 






" Tooth ..... 


401 


Platform Scales .... 


. 269 






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Potatoe Hooks .... 


570 


Punch and Shears, "Conqueror" 


483 


Pots, Glue ..... 


. 270 


" " " " Diamond State 


• 484 


" Solder .... 


495 


" " " "Faulkner's" 


484 


" Tinners' Fire 


• 336 


Punches, Belt .... 


■ 475 


Pouring Clamps 


330 


Boiler Makers' Screw 


482 


Powder ..... 


■ 363 


Centre .... 


• 390 


Prepared Chalk .... 


362 


Conductors' .... 


474 


Press, Punching .... 


■ 49i 


" Coopers' .... 


■ 39° 


Presses, Fruit, Wine and Jell)' 


600 


Hand ..... 


483 


Price Books, Hardware . . - . 


■ 359 


" Hydraulic 


. 4S2 


Price, Current, Irou 


35°. 351 


" Packing .... 


475 


Price List, Steel .... 


349. 351 


" Prick .... 


• 39° 


Prick Punchers .... 


39° 


Saddlers' .... 


475 


Primers ..... 


• 363 


" Screw, Boilers Makers' 


. 482 


Prospectors' Forges 


586 


" Hydraulic 


482 


" Picks .... 


■ 375 


Spring .... 


■ 474 


Protractor, Bevel 


550 


" Universal, "Morrill's" 


475 


Pruners Tree, "Waters'' . 


. 287 


Wad .... 


■ 475 


" " "Red Clipper" 


287 


Punching Press, "Lightning" 


49 1 


Pruning Saws, ' ' Disston's " 


. 418 


Putty Knives .... 


. 281 


" Shears, French 


286 


Pyrometers ..... 


533 


" "Henry's'' 


. 286 






" " Rockford '" . 


286 






"Wiss" . 


. 285 


Q 




" Hook and Saw 


418 






Pull and Lever Door Bells 


. 14S 


"Q" Handles .... 


. 378 


Pull Plates, Sash 


179 


Quadrant Hinges .... 


127 


Pulls, Door ..... 


. 165 


Quarter Round Planes 


401 


" Drawer .... 


174, 175 


Quilting Frame Clamps 


5" 


" Druggists . . 


. 176 






" Flush, Baru Door 


164 






" " Trap Door 


. 165 


R 




" Gong .... 


160 






" Sash ..... 


• 179 


Rabbet, Beading and Slitting Planes Combined . 404 


Pullers, Nail .... 


473 


" Smooth and Filletster " 


408 


Pulley Blocks, Differential 


• 345 


" and Filletster Combined 


. 404 


Pulleys, Awning 


197 


Rabbet Planes, Bull-Nose 


4°5 


" Axle, " Hopkins & Dickinson '* 


200 


" " Carriage Makers' 


■ 403 


" " Light Pin 


198 


" " Fancy .... 


401 


" " "Pacific" . 


. 19S 


" " Improved 


404, 405 


" " Wrought Pin 


199 


Rabbeted Front Door Locks . 


15 


" Ceiling .... 


. 196 


" French Windows 


18 


Hay Fork 


196 


" Latches 


27 


" Hot House 


■ 195 


" Store Door Dead Locks 


31 


" Incased Screw 


194 


Racking Cocks ..... 


255 


" Swivel 


• 194 


Rail, Barn Door .... 


220 


Light Pin 


198 


" Brackets, Hand .... 


189 


" Sash, " Empire . 


■ 199 


" Brass ..... 


220 


" " "Pacific" 


199 


" Door ..... 


220 


" Screw, Brass 


. 192 


" Hanger .... 


220 


" Incased 


194 


" Screws, Hand .... 


304 


" Japanned 


• 193 


" Sliding Door Sheave 


220 


" Side, Brass 


192 


Railroad Iron ..... 


354 


" Japanned 


• 193 


" Lanterns .... 


262 


" Swivel, Incased 


194 


Oilers ..... 


257, 258, 259 


" Upright, Brass 


192 


Picks .... 


• 375 


" Japanned 


193 


Shelf Ladders 


212 


" Window 


198. 199 


Spikes .... 


311, 354 


Pulleys and Overhead Hangers 


43' 


Spiking Mauls 


387 


Pump Augers .... 


439 


Rails ..... 


• 354 


" Column .... 


■ 


Railways, Overhead ... 


347 


' ' Rod Couplings 


. 329 


Raised Hook Hinges, Cast Brass . 


• 145 


Pumps, Gas Proving 


5»3 


Raising Screws, House 


308 


Ham .... 


. 6oi 


Rake Handles ... 


■ 378 


Rotary Barrel . 


584 


Rakes, Garden .... 


368 


Plumbers' Fosrcc 


• 584 


Hay .... 


371 


Punch Plyi-rs. Saddlers' 


474 


I. awn . . . . • 


371 


Punch and Shears Combined 
t 


. 


Rasps and Files .... 


. 536 to 541 



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Rat Traps, Steel 

Ratchet Braces .... 
Ratchet Drills, Boiler Makers' 
Double Acting 
" " "Renshaw's" 

" "Standard" 
"Stebers" 
" " Sleeve 

" " " Weston s" . 

Drilling Machine 
" Screw Drivers, " Gay and Parsons " 

Ellrich" 

' ' Spring Hinges 
Rawhide Lacing 

Mallets .... 

Reamer and Tap Wrenches 

Centre .... 

Octagon . 
" Square 
Reamers, Half Round 

Taper .... 

Reducers for Iron Pipe 

Reels, Chalk-Line .... 

Reflector Lamps .... 
Regular Back Flaps, Wrought Iron 
" Loose Pin Butts . 
" Narrow Butts, Wrought Iron 
Repair Links .... 

Rests, Lathe, Slide .... 
Retort, Oval Tap .... 
Return Bends for Iron tipe 
Reverse Bevel Chain Bolts, Cast Brass 

" " Night Latches, " Bohanuan " 

"Dietz" . 
"Yale" 
" " Box Strikers for Ship Locks 

" " Ship Locks 

Reversed Double Joint Butts, " Barker's" 
Reversible Box Scrapers 

Chuck .... 
" Gate Hinges and Latches . 

" Pruners 

" Spokeshaves 
Revolution Counter 
Revolving Saw Sets . . • . 

Riddles, Foundry .... 
Rifflers, Bent ..... 
Rim Dead Locks, Horizontal 
' ' Front Door Lock, Upright 
" Knob Latches, "Sargent's" 
" " Locks, Upright 

" Ship Locks, Upright 
" Night Latches, Horizontal, " Bohaunau ' 

"Dietz" 
" " " " "Sargent's" 

" "Yale" 

' ' Store Door Lock, Upright 
" " " Dead Lock, Upright 
Rim-Fire Cartridges .... 
" Wrench .... 

" " Cross . . . . 

Ring Handles, Brass 

" Mallets . . . . . 

" Show Case Catches, Flush . 
Rings, Bull ..... 
Clinch 

Curtain, Brass . 

" Flush . . 



25° 

447- 448 
453 

• 455 
454 

• 453 
454 

■ 453 
455 

• 456 
466 

• 467 
128 

■ 337 
3S1 

■ 49° 
490 

■ 436 
436 

■ 436 
490, 5> 6 

. 328 
446 

. 261 
120 
122 
120 

■ 343 
43i 

• 335 
328 

. 1 10 

■ 43, 44 

45 

46 

■ 53 
49. 5°, 53 

■ 133 
571 

. 461 

139. 14' 

. 41S 

400 

• 553 
479 

. 3" 

535 
8 

4 

40 

2, 3 

49, 52, 53 

43, 44 

45 

. 41, 42 

• 46 

5 

■ 6, 7 

364 

■ 489 
49o 
226 
382 

• 115 
247 

• 305 
226 

. 170 



Rings, Hitching 
" Hog 

Locker 
" Screw, Brass 
Rings and Bolts, Swing 

" and Staples, Trap Door 
Ringers, Hog 
Rivet Clippers 

" Sets 
Riveting Hammers 
Rivets, Boiler . 

' ' Carriage or Wagon 
Coopers' 
Iron 
" Iron, in Tapers and Bulk 
Tank 
Tire 
Rivets and Burs, Copper Belt 
Roaching or Clipping Shears 
Rock Breaking Hammers 
Rod Couplings, Pump . 
Rods, Brass 

Wantage and Gauging 
Rollers, Barn Door 

Gate, "Donnelly's" 
Sash 
" Stay, " Scranton" 
Roofing Nails 
Rope, Cotton, Braided 
Manilla and Sisal 
" Packing . 
" Wire, Round 
Rose Countersinks 
" and Escutcheon Combined 

11 for Ship Locks 
Rotary Pump .... 

Round Irons, Plumbers 

Nose Plyers 
Rounding Hammers . 
Rowlocks . 

Rubber Belting ..... 
" Door Springs 

" Hose . . . . 

Packing 

Washers .... 

Rules, Architects' .... 

Bench ..... 
Boxwood .... 
•' " Combination, "Stephens" 

Slide 
Folding Steel, "Chesterman" 
Ivory ..... 
Key Seat .... 
Pattern Makers' Shrinkage 
Shrink .... 
Standard Steel 
Triangular Steel 



55& 



s 



"S" Wrenches. " Billings & Spencer" 

" "Baxter" 

Sad Irons 

" " "Mrs. Pott's" 
Saddles, Pipe 
Saddlers' Awls . 

" Punch Plyers 



292 

248 
170 
226 
292 
292 
248 
472 
476 
387 
3°9 
3°9 
3io 
3io 
3io 
3io 
310 
309 
283 
387 
329 
324 
562 
205 
209 
201 
207 

3". 3<5 
222 

■ 223 
339 

• 321 
436 

34 
54 

• 584 
496 
469 
385 

• 293 
337 

■ 134 
337 

■ 340 
338 

. 560 

562 

559. 56o 

■ 561 
560 

■ 56. 
56. 

■ 549 
562 
549 

•549 

• 55° 



48S 
488 
252 
252 
320 
445 
474 



J 






f 


1 




v.w.v. 


Saddlers' Punches 


• 475 


Saws, Pruning Hook and 


418 


Safety Chain, Brass 


342 


and Frames, Turning 


• 423 


Sail Needles .... 


290 


Scale Beams .... 


264 


Sailors' Palms . 


290 


" " Boston Market 


. 267 


Salinometers 


• 583 


Scales, Butchers' 


266, 267 


Saloon Poor Hinges 


i.?i 


Counter 


. 26S 


Sand Paper 


291 


Family, " Chatillon's " 


265 


" Stone, Shoemakers' 


576 


" " Fairbank's " . 


. 269 


Sardine Scissors 


• 279 


" " Novelty " . 


269 


Sash Bolts 


.78 


" " United States'' 


269 


" Centres 


■ 18s 


" Platform, Portable 


269 


" Chain 


221 


'" Tea .... 


. 26S 


" Cord 


. 222 


Triangular Boxwood . 


550 


" Fasteners . 


182, 1 S3 


Scandinavian Padlocks 


. 68 


" Burglar Proof 


. 184 


" Dog Collar 


75 


' ' Lift and Lock, Surface 


180 


School House Hooks 


■ 233 


" Lifts, Flush . 


. 181 


Scissors, Barbers' . . 


284 


" Lifts, Surface 


1S0 


" Grape .... 


. 285 


" Locks t . 


. 180 


Ladies' 


284 


" Burglar Proof, "Ives" 


183 


Pocket .... 


. 284 


" Pull Plates .... 


• 179 


" Sardine 


279 


" Pulls .... 


179 


Scoop Handles, " D " 


• 378 


" Pulleys, "Empire" . 


. 199 


Scoops ... . 


374 


" Anti-Friction, "Pacific" 


199 


Scrapers, Box .... 


570, 57' 


" Rollers 


201 


" Butchers' Block 


572 


" Weights .... 


201 


" Cabinet .... 


• 57i 


Sausage Stuffers .... 


. 601 


Coopers' 


397 


Saw Attachments, Lathe 


428 


Flue .... 


• 573 


" Blades, Bracket 


. 423 


Foot .... 


190, 191 


" " Butcher 


419 


" Hog . . . 


• 572 


" Wood 


. 421 


Ship .... 


571 


" Clamps .... 


5°9 


" Tube .... 


■ 573 


" File and Handle, Hand 


• 534 


Scratch Awls 


445 


" Handles .... 


381 


Screen Cloth, Battery 


. 322 


" " Butcher 


. 381 


" Door Catches and Knobs 


n8, 119 


Cross-Cut 


380 


Screens, Mining or Battery 


. 322 


" " One Man 


■ 381 


Screw Bands, Hose 


338 


" Keyhole, and Pad 


417 


" Clamps, Hand 


■ 514 


" Knives 


. 419 


' ' Cutting Lathes 


429, 43° 


" Pads 


4t7 


Tools 


. 522 


" Sets, "Aiken's" 


. 478 


Driver Bits 


436 


" " Cross-Cut 


480 


" Handles 


■ 379 


" Disston's " Revolving 


• 479 


" Drivers . . . . . 


466 


Star 


479 


"Allard's" 


. 468 


" " "Leach's" 


. 47S 


" Billings ec Spem-cr's " 


466 


Morrill's" . 


480 


" Champion " 


. 466 


" Plate .... 


. 480 


"Clark's" 


467 


" "Stillman's' 


♦78 


"Disston's" 


. 466 


" Tillers and Boxes. Pit 


. 421 


"Ellrich's" 


467 


" Vises, "Stearns" . 


SI 1 


" Eureka" 


. 467 


Wentworlh's " 


510 


" Gay & Parsons " 


466 


Sawing Attachments, Latin. 


428 


Sewing Machine . 


. 466 


Saws, Back, "Disston's" 


• 417 


Standard 


468 


" Butchers,' " Disston's " 


419 


Eyes, Bright Iron and Brass Wire 


294. 295 


Combination 


416 


Hooks. Brass . . . . 


243 


Compass . . . . 


4i7 


" Bright Wire and Brass 


224, 225 


Cross-Cut, "Disston's' One Man 


420 


Wrought 


293 


" Hack . ... 


420 


Iron Spokeshaves . 


400 


Hand. " Disston's " 


4'5. 416 


Knobs, Brass .... 


244 


Kitchen . . 


419 


Pitch Gauges 


• 549 


Nest of 


. 417 


Tlates, " Duplex ' or " Magic " 


523 


" Pit . . 


421 


German 


. 521 


Pruning .... 


. 418 


Gunsmiths' 


521 


Scroll and Lathe. " Dennis" 


425 


Notched, "Stub's" 


• 521 


"Cricket" 


427 


" New York " 


522. 526 


"Lester" 


426 


• Wiley & Russell's " 


5>6, 5'8 


"Rogers" 


: 


Pulleys, Brass . 


192 


Skew Hack. "Disslons 


- 


Incased 


194 



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Screw Pulleys, Japanned . 


. 193 


Shaves, Coopers' 


397 


" Punches, Boiler Makers' 


482 


" Spoke .... 


400 


" " Hydraulic 


. 482 


" " Coopers' 


398 


" Rings, Brass . 


226 


Shears, Bankers' . . . " . 


. 284 


Wrenches, Agricultural 


. 486 


" Bench .... 


485 


"Briggs" . 


486 


" "Eureka" 


■ 485 


" " " Coe's " 


. 486 


" Hand .... 


485 


Screws, Bench, Iron 


. v 5°S 


Hedge .... 


. 287 


" Wood 


. 508 


Orange 


285 


Cap . . . . . 


299 


Paper .... 


. 284 


Coach .... 


. 300 


Pruning, French 


286 


Cork . . . . . 


275, 276, 277 


" " Henry's" 


. 286 


Hand Rail . 


. 3o4 


"Rockford" 


286 


11 House Raising 


308 


"Wiss" 


. 285 


" Jack .... 


. 3°S 


" Roaching or Clipping 


283 


Looking Glass 


192 


Shears and Punch Combined 


. 482 


" Machine, Iron 


. 298 


" " "Conqueror" 


483 


Nickel-Plated . 


298 


" " " " Diamond State " 


. 484 


" Set 


■ 299 


41 " " " Faulkner's " 


484 


Shutter . . . . . 


2 '3 


Sheaves, " Collins " Anti-Friction 


• 203 


Vise .... 


. 508 


" Plain Iron 


201 


" Wood, Brass . . . . 


297 


Shutter .... 


. 202 


" Iron 


296 


" Sliding Door . 


202 


Screwing Stock, " Gleason's " 


523 


Steel Roller 


201 


Scroll Chuck, Geared, "Cushman's" 


. 462 


Sheep Bells .... 


161 


" Knives . . . . . 


399 


Sheet Iron, Corrugated 


• 353 


" Saw and Lathe, " Demas " 


. 425 


" Metal Gauge, Pocket 


55o 


" Saws, " Cricket" 


427 


Sheets, Copper and Brass . 


■ 324 


" " "Lester's" 


426 


Shelf Brackets .... 


189 


41 " '' Rogers " . . . 


426 


Shell Bits ..... 


■ 435 


Scythe Stones .... 


. 576' 


Shells, Shot, Paper 


363 


Scythes, Bramble . . . . 


373 


Shingling Draw Knives 


• 398 


Bush .... 


372, 373 


" Hatchets 


410 


11 Grass . . . . . 


373 


Ship Adzes . 


• 414 


Seamless Brass Ferrules 


. 566 


" Auger Bits 


432 


Sectional Parabolic Head Light 


260 


" Augers .... 


■ 433 


Self-Feeding Drills, Upright 


457, 458 


" Axes, Broad 


414 


Self-Locking Cash Drawer and Cupboard Loc 


ks . 92 


" Bolts, Flush, Cast Brass 


in 


' ' Chest Locks 


• 78 


" Cabin Door Hooks 


170 


Self-Measuring Faucets 


253 


" Carpenters' Bevels 


• 560 


Self-Registering Calipers . 


• 555 


" Chisel Haudles 


379 


Self-Skimming Ladles 


336 


Chisels . 


■ 394 


Service Cocks, Water Way 


■ 330 


Gouges 


394 


Set Screws . . . . . 


299 


" " Slick Handles . 


■ 379 


Sets, Bracket 


■ 427 


" Clamps .... 


514 




' Calk, Boot 


356 


" Eye Bolts, Brass 


■ 293 




1 " " and Punch Combined . 


• 356 


" Hinges .... 


145 




' Eyelet . . . . . 


477 


" Knobs .... 


. 38 




' Garden and Floral 


37°, 371 


" " and Drop Handles 


■ 38, 54 




' Nail . . . . . 


476 


" Locks, Mortise, Knob 


■ 5° 




' Rivet ..... 


. 476 


" Sliding Door Knob 


51 




' Saw, "Aiken's" . . 


478 


" " Upright Rim Knob 


• 49, 52, 53 




' " Cross Cut ■ 


. 480 


" Planes .... 


402 




" " Disston's " . . . 


479 


" Scrapers .... 


■ 571 




1 " "Leach's" 


• 478 


" Spike .... 


31" 




' " "Morrill's" 


480 


Shoe Knives .... 


. 281 




" Plate . 


. 480 


" Nails, Horse 


3>6 


" " " Stillmau V 


478 


Shoeing Pincers, Farriers' 


• 472 


Sewing Awl Haft . 


• 445 


Shoemakers' Hammers 


384 


" Awls . . . . . 


445 


Sandstone 


• 576 


" Machine Oilers 


. 256 


Shoes, Horse and Mule 


356 


Screw Drivers 


466 


"Ox 


• 356 


Shackles, Connecting 


■ 343 


Shot-Guu Cartridges, Loaded . 


364 


Wrist . . . . 


344 


Shot Shells, Paper .... 


• 363 


Shade Cloths 


. 322 


Shot, Table of Weights and Quantities 


334 


Shaft, Grindstone 


580 


Shovel Handles, " D" 


■ 378 


Shafting Steel 


■ 351 


Shovels ..... 


374 




495 


Show Case Catches .... 


• 115 

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PAGE 




Shrink Rules ..... 


549 


Socket Scratch Awls 


• 445 

328 

• 449 
326 




Shrinkage Rules, Pattern Makers' 


• 5° 2 


Sockets, Iron Pipe 




Shrinker, Tire ..... 


595 


" Taper Shank Drill 




Shutter Bars .... 


■ 177 


Solder ...... 




" Knobs ..... 


244 


" Pots ..... 


• 495 




Wood 


• 39 


Soldering Copper Handles 


380 




" Screws ..... 


213 


" Coppers 


496 




" Sheaves .... 


202 


Solid Box Leg- Vises .... 


504 

• 378 
374 




Side Bell Cranks .... 


'57 


Spade Handles, "D" 




" Lanterns .... 


. 261 


Spades ...... 




" Pulleys, Brass .... 


192 


Spading Forks .... 


• 367 




" " Japanned 


• 193 


Spatulas ..... 


281 




Sisal Rope ..... 


223 


Speaking Tube, Tin 


• 154 




Sizing Tool, Wood Turners' 


402 


" Elbows 


'54- 
• 553 




Skew Rabbet Planes .... 


401 


Speed Indicators .... 




Skylight Lifter .... 


. 1S6 


Spelter ...... 


326 




Sledge Handles ..... 


377 


Spike Gimlets 


440 




Sledges, Blacksmiths' 


. 388 


Spikes, Boat and Ship .... 


311 




" Double Face .... 


388 


Cut .... 


. 312 




Sleeve Ratchet Drills 


■ 453 


" Marline . 


477 




Slicks, Carpenters' .... 


394 


" Railroad . . , 


311, 354 




Slide Jaw Ship Clamps 


■ 514 


Wire ..... 


312 




" Rests, Lathe .... 


43' 


Spiking Mauls, Railroad 


■ 3S7 




" Rule, Boxwood 


. 5 6 ° 


Spiral Door Springs, "Star" . 


135 




Slides, Bell 


160 


" Lariat Picket or Tent Pin . 


343 




" " Bronze Metal . 


. 156 


Screw Drivers, "Ellrich" 


467 




Sliding Door Dead Locks 


21 


" "Allard's" . 


. 468 




" " Hangers 


. 204 


" Window Springs 


178 




" Knob Locks 


■ 22, 23 


Spirit Level, Plumb and Ini '.iuometer 


• 544 




" " " Ship 


51 


Splasher Holders .... 


246 




" Latches 


29 


Split Pius ..... 


■ 357 




" Locks with Pulls 


24 


Spoke Pointers ..... 


439 




" Rail .... 


220 


Spokeshaves, Coopers' 


• 398 




" Sheaves 


202, 203 


"Goodell's" 


400 




" T Bevels .... 


556 


Iron, " Bailey's" 


. 400 




' ' Shutter Sheaves 


202 


Reversible 


400 




Slips, Gouge ..... 


576 


Screw Iron . 


. 400 




"Oil 


• 576 


Wood 


400 




Slitting, Beading and Rabbet Planes, Combine 


i 404 


Spooled Wire .... 


■ 324 




" Gauges .... 


• 547 


Spoon Bits ..... 


435 




Slow Hells ..... 


160 


Spouts, Oiler .... 


■ 256 




Sluice Forks .... 


■ 367 


Spring Alarm Door Bells 


■ 54 




Smooth Planes, "Bailey's" 


403 


" Balances, " Chatillon's " 


265, 267 




" " Stanley's ' 


■ 404 


Bolts, Foot ... 


107 




" "Steer's" 


4, ,7 


" " Window 


. 17S 




" "Victor" 


. 408 


Wrought Brass . 


108 




Rabbet and Fillelster Plane Combiner 


408 


" " Iron 


i«5 




Snail Countersinks 


• 4,V> 


Butts, "Chicago" 


130 




Snaps, Bull ..... 


247 


" Double-. U'ting, "Chicago" 


• 130 




" Harness 


. 248 


" Calipers ..... 


555 




Snatch Blocks ..... 


348 


Dividers .... 


554 




Snaths .... 


37.; 


Door, "Reliance" 


'3' 




Snips, Tinners' and Dental 


48s 


Eyed Needles . . . . 


290 


s 


Soapstone Packing .... 


• 339 


Foot Bolts .... 


107 


Pencils, Boiler Makers' 


358 


Harness Snaps . . . . 


. 248 




Socket Casters .... 


214 


Hinges. Double-Aeting. "Gem" 


132 




" Chisels, Ship Caipenters' 


394 


Fire Engine House 


• 131 


T 


Drivers. Coopers' . 


395 . 


Patent Ratchet 


128 


Firmer Chisel Handles 


379 


" Surface . . . . 


128, 129 




" chisels, " Buck and Barton's " 


. .in; 


Wrought Brass 


129 


U 


" " "Buck's" Beveled Edg 


- ■ 394 


Measuring Tapes, Pocket . 


■ 5<M 


"Jennings" 


• 39' 


Padlocks, " Bohannan " 


7o, 7'. 72 




"Witherbv's" 


39' 


"Dietz" 


74 


fT 


Gouges, " Buck and Barton's" 


• 392 


Dog Collar . 


75 


V 


Framing Chisel Handles 


379 


"Eureka" 


• 69 




" Chisels. " Buck and Barton's " 


• 392 


" Horse Shoe " Pattern 


74 


W 


"Witherbv's" 


39' 


"Yale" 


73 


Gouges, Ship Carpenters' . 


• 394 


Punches .... 


474 




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Spring and Check, Door, " Shaw's 
Springs, Check . 
Elliptic 
" Hook Door 

Lever, "Sabiu's " 
" " Reliance " Door 
Rubber 
Seat . 
" Spiral Spring Window . 
" "Star" 
The "Boss" 
"Torrey's" . 
Sprinkler, Lawn, "Perfection " 
" and Stand, Lawn . 

Sprinklers, Hose Pipe 
Square Back Flaps 
" Bolts 

" Brass . '. 

" " Wrought Iron 

Cased Bolts, Cast Brass 
" Neck Bolts . 
" Reamers 

Shank Drills, Taper 
Turn Screw Hooks 
Squares, Caliper 
Center 

" Combination, "Starrett's" 
" Machinists 1 and Draughtsmen's 
" Graduated Steel 

Steel . 
" T, Draughtsmen's 

" Tr> ' • . . ' 
" " Machinists 1 . 

" and Mitre Combined 

Squeezers, Lemon 

Stands, Lawn Sprinkler 

" OilStone . 

Staples, Blind, Barbed 

" Brass, for Ship Use 

Clinch . 

" Fence, Wire 

" Hooks and Hasps, Wrought 

Wrought . 

and Hasps, Wrought 

" and Hooks " 

" and Rings, Trap Door 

Starters, Bung 

Stave Shaves, Coopers' 

Stay Rollers 

' or Support Hinges 

Steam Pipe . 

Steamboat Gongs 

vSteel Folding Rules 

" Letters and Figures 

' ' List Price 

" Rules, Standard . 

" " Triangular 

11 Shafting . 

" Square 

" Table Weights, etc. 

" Tapes 

Steels. Butcher 

Stem Casters, "Martin's" 

11 Packing, "Jenkins" 

Stencil, Brass 

" Combination . 

41 Dies 

Stencils, Interchangeable Lock 



156, 



Steel 



104, 



349. 



136 


Step Ladders, Shelf, Railroad 


212 


160 


Sticks, Freight ..... 


■ 562 


355 


" Yard ..... 


5 6 2 


133 


Stocks, Die, "Duplex" or "Magic" 


. 528 


'35 


' Forbes and Curtis " 


529. 530 


131 


" Screwing, "Gleason's" . 


■ 523 


134 


Stocks and Dies, Gas Pipe 


527. 528 


355 


" " " "King's" 


. 520 


178 


Stone, Sand, Shoemakers' 


576 


135 


Stones, Grind .... 576, 577, 578 


135 


" " Table, Weights, etc. 


579 


134 


" Emery, and Stands 


• 576 


28S 


"Oil 


576 


288 


Scythe ..... 


• 576 


33S 


Stops, Bench ..... 


480 


120 


" Door, Wood .... 


39 


i°5 


Store Door Handles .... 


162, 163 


109 


" " " and Locks 


32 


i°5 


" " Knobs, Crank Handle 


37 


113 


" " Locks, Mortise, Dead 


3' 


104 


Upright Rim, Dead 


6, 7 


436 


" " and Handles . 


32 


45o 


Hooks 


232 


224 


" Truck Casters .... 


■ 2I 5 


55o 


" Trucks ..... 


366 


550 


Stove Bolts ...... 


■ 303 


55i 


" Polish ..... 


362 


549 


Straight Extension Bit Holder 


• 448 


549 


" Leg Inside Calipers 


555 


556 


Shank Drills .... 


• 449 


552 


" Trimmers .... 


284 


557 


Strainers and Foot Valves .... 


■ 329 


549 


Strap Hinges. Cast Brass 


145 


557 


Hart's" Patent . 


- 144 


272 


" Light and Heavy 


144 


288 


" " Long Chest 


• 144 


576 


" Malleable Iron. Galvanized 


1 IS 


319 


Strapped Blocks .... 


. 348 


319 


Straps, Pipe .... 


328 


3'9 


Street Hoes .... 


• 369 


320 


Stretchers, Carpet .... 


569 


147 


Strip, Combing 


■ 353 


319 


Stubs and Plates 


213 


■47 


Studs, Belt ...... 


■ 357 


229 


Stuffers, Sausage 


601 


292 


StuiTers and Cutters, Meat, " Hale's " 


■ 598 


3S2 


Support or Stay Hinges 


'^7 


397 


Surface Blind Hinge, Gravity Locking . 


. 138 


207 


" Gate Latches .... 


142 


127 


Gauge, " Starrett's " 


• 551 


332 


" f.ravitv Locking Blind Hinges 


■3« 


160 


" Pick Handles .... 


577 


56i 


Picks ..... 


375 


360 


Sash Centres 


'S3 


35 > 


" Lifts .... 


180 


549 


Spring Hinges .... 


129 


55° . 


Trunk Locks .... 


93. 94, 95 


351 


Swages, Top and Bottom .... 


■ 389 


556 


Swedes Iron ..... 


351 


352 


Swing Bolts and Rings 


292 


563 


Swivel Bench and Hand Vise Combined 


507 


2S0 


Hook, Hoist Wheel 


■ 347 


217 


Jaw Vise, " Bounty's " 


507 


34o 


" Pulleys, Incased .... 


■ '94 


324 


Vise, Coach Makers', " Parker's " 


501 


361 


' ' Parallel, "Parker's" 


500 


360 


" " "Trenton" 


499 


361 


Swivels, Malleable .... 


• 343 



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T Bevels ...... 




556 


T Handle and Crank Handle Knobs, French Window 


37 


T Hinges, Light, Heavy and Extra Heavy 




144 


" " " Hart's " Patent 




144 


T Squares, Draughtsmen's 




552 


Table, Altitude of Jets, in Feet . 




333 


" Barrels Contained in Cisterns 




333 


11 Butts, Wrought Iron 




120 


" Comparison Ropes 




321 


" Composition, Various Alloys 




327 


" Conductors and Non-Conductors 




327 


" Discharge of Jets, in Gallons 




333 


" Measures .... 




565 


" Quantity of Spikes and Nails 




312 


" Relative Malleability of Metals 




327 


" Specific Resistances of Metals 




327 


' ' Weight, Angle Irons 




352 


" " Cast Steel 




352 


" Copper and Brass Bars 




325 


" " Copper and Brass Plates. 




325 


" etc. , Copper and Brass Tubes 




325 


" " Cubic Foot Various Substances 




327 


" of Iron, per Foot 




352 


" Lead Pipe 




334 


" Lead Waste Pipe 




334 


" Seamless Drawn Brass and Copper Tubing 325 


" " Sheet Lead 




334 


etc., Shot and Balls 




334 


" Specific Gravity and, Metals 




327 


" Various Alloys 




327 


" Wire Gauges .... 




565 


' ' Wires of Various Metals Compared 




327 


' ' Sizes Seamless Drawn Tubing 




325 


Tack Hammers ..... 




383 


Tacks, Carpet ..... 




317 


" Carpet, Steel .... 




318 


" Copper ..... 




3'8 


" Cut ..... 




3' 7 


Double Pointed .... 




3 IS 


" Gimp and Lace .... 




317 


" Upholsterers' .... 




3'7 


Tackle Blocks, Awning .... 




197 


Tailors' Points ..... 




284 


Tank^Rivets . . . 




3io 


Tanks, Table Capacity .... 




.533 


Tap Borers ...... 


439 


496 


" Wrenches ..... 


522 


526 


Tap and Drill Combined .... 




527 


" " Reamer Wrench 




490 


Tape Lines ...... 


563 


5 6 4 


Tapes, Steel ..... 




563 


" Spring Measuring. Pocket 




564 


Taper Reamers, "Lightning'' 


490 


5'6 


" Shank Drills .... 




449 


" Square Shank Drills 




45° 


" Taps, "Kings" .... 




520 


Wiley & Russell's" 


517 


519 


" " New York " Pattern 




526 


Tappers, Nut, " Wiley & Russell's " . 


524 


525 


Taps, " Duplex " or " Magic " 




523 


" Gas Pipe ..... 




527 


" Hand, "Lightning" 


5>7 


519 


"King's" .... 




520 


Machinists' Hand. " New York " Pattern 




526 


" "Wiley & Russell's" . 


5»7. 


519 


Taps and Dies, "Lightning" 517 


5 '9, 


525 



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Target and Telescopic Plumb-Level 
Tarred Marline 
Tassel Hooks 

Tea Scales .... 
Tees for Iron Pipe 
Telegraph Hooks 
" Plyers 

" Vises 

Telescopic Plumb-Level and Target 
Tenoning Machines, Spoke 
Tent Pin ... 

Thermometers 
Thin Paring Chisels, Long 

" " Gouges, " 
ThreadingandCuttingMachines, Pipe 

" Machines, Pipe, " Forbes & Curtis 
Tight Barrel Crozes 
" " Howels 

Till Keys and Blanks . 
" Locks, "Corbin's" 
Tillers and Boxes, Pit Saws 
Timber Lifting Jacks 

' ' Table, Weight and Specific Gravity 
Time Detector .... 

Tinners' Fire Pots 

" Mallets .... 
" Snips .... 
Tipped Lacing, Metallic . 
Tire Benders, "Green River" 
" " "Kinsley's" 

" "Worcester" 
" Bolt Holder . 
" Bolts .... 

" Measuring Wheel 
" Rivets .... 

" Shrinker 

Upsetter .... 
Tobacco Cutters 

Nails .... 
Toe Calk Steel .... 

Toe Calks .... 

Toilet Irons .... 

Tongs, Blacksmiths' 

" Ice ..... 
Pipe, " Brown's " 
" Robbin's " . 
" Plain 

and Wrench Combined 
Touguing and Grooving Plane 
Tool Boxes. Family 
" Fuse and Capping 
" Handles, " Excelsior " 
Sizing, Wood Turners' 
Tools, Boring. Automatic . 

" Carving .... 
Chests and .... 
Coopers' 

Machinists'. Draughtsmen's and Architects 
Pipe Threading . 
Plumbers' 

Screw-Cutting. "New York 
"Novelty" 
and Awls, " Aiken's " 
" "Henry's' 
Tooth Plane 
Top Gate Latches . 
" Fullers 
" Mauls ... 



545 
223 
246 
268 
328 

243 
470 

5°5 
545 
596 
343 
583 
393 
393 
D.Saunders" 532, 533 
529 to 531 
396 
396 
103 
86 
421 
308 
327 
582 
336 
382 

485 
337 
595 
594 
594 
491 
302 
564 
310 
595 
593 
2 54 
3ii 
349 
35° 
252 
493 
493 
492 
492 

493 
492 
407 
442 
473 
443 
402 

452 
442 

■ 409 
396. 397 
549. 55° 
528, 528 
495. 496 

522 
• 521 

443 
. 444 

401 
. 142 

389 

■ 387 



395 



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PAGE 




PAGE 


Top Swages 


■ 339 


Tuyere Irons .... 


. 585 


Torches, Plumbers' 


49 6 


Tuyeres, Water .... 


585 


Towel Holders 


246 


Twine Baskets, Wire 


. 242 


Trace Chains .... 


342 


" Boxes ..... 


242 


Tracing or Copying Wheels 


. 564 


Twist Drill and Countersink Combined . 


• 49° 


Track Brackets, Hanger, " Scranton " 


207 


" Drills, "Morse .... 


449, 45° 


" Hangers, "Scranton" 


207 


" " and Drilling Machine 


450, 459 


' ' Iron, Tramway . 


354 


Twisted Chalk Lines .... 


223 


" Nails .... 


• 3" 


" Sash Cords 


. 222 


Trammel Points 


548 






Transfer Caliper, Lock Joint 


• 55i 






Transom Catches 


116 


u 




" Lifters 


. 186 




Trap Door Pulls, Flush 


165 






" " Rings and Staples 


. 292 


Ulster Iron ..... 


• 351 


Traps, Animal, Steel 


250 


Umbrella Ferrules .... 


566 


" Gopher 


. 251 


Unions, Angle .... 


• 329 


" Mouse, Wood 


251 


" Flange .... 


329 


Tray and Oilers, Engineers' 


257, 259 


" Iron Pipe .... 


. 328 


Tree Pruners .... 


287 


Universal Drilling Machines, Angular aud Ratchet 456 


Treenail Augers 


433 


" Hand Beader 


• 407 


Triangles, Draughtsmen's Steel 


552 


Hollow Augers 


438 


Triangular Boxwood Scales 


• 550 


Punches .... 


• 475 


Steel Rules 


550 


or Center Squares . 


55° 


Trimmers, Lamp 


. 285 


Upsetter, Tire .... 


593 


' ' Straight and Bent . 


284 


Upholsterers' Hammers 


384 


Trip Gongs .... 


160 


Nails 


• 244 


Trowels, Brick .... 


567 


" Needles .... 


290 


" Corner 


- 568 


Tacks 


3'7 


" Garden 


5 6 7 


Upright Boring Machines 


441 


" Plastering 


. 568 


Drills, Bench 


. 456 


" Pointing 


568 


" Self-Feeding . 


457, 458 


Truck Casters, Store 


• 215 


Rim Locks . . 2 to 7, 


4«. 49. 52, 53 


Trucks, Store .... 


366 


" Mortise Knob Latches 


28 


Trunk Keys and Blanks 
" Locks, Surface . 


• 103 
93, 94, 95 


Pulleys, Brass 

" Japanned 
Rim Dead Locks, "Yale" 


. 19-' 

■93 
4 S 


Try Squares 
" " Machinists' 


• 557 
549 


" Front Door Locks 


4 


Try and Mitre Square Combined 
Tryers. Butter . 


■ 557 
566 


" " Knob Locks 

" Ship Locks 
" Store Door Dead Locks 


■ 2, 3 

49, 52. 53 
. 6, 7 


Cheese 


. 566 


11 ., ., ,, Knob " 


5 


Coffee . 


566 






" Grain 


. 566 






Tube, Bell, Zinc 


154 






" Brushes 


• 574 


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" Cleaners .... 


573 




" Elbows, Speaking . 


■ 154 






" Expanders 


574 


Valves. Iron Foot and Strainers 


329 


" Scrapers 


■ 573 


Ventilators ..... 


. 1S7 


" Speaking, Tin 


154 


" "Diamond" 


ISS 


Tubes, Boiler, Iron 


■ 332 


Vise Screws .... 


. 508 


" Glass, Water Gauge 


581 


" and Anvil Combined, "Cheney's" 


497 


' ' and Backs, Forge . 


■ 5S6 


" Anvil aud Drill Combined 


. 498 


Tubing, Brass and Copper 


332 


Vises, Amateur, " Hayden & Barnes " 


507 


" Table Weights, etc., Brass and C 


opper . . 325 


" Anvil, " " " 


■ 507 


Tubular Lanterns 


263 


" Backus " Union 


499 


" Rim Night Latches, "Dietz" 


■ 45 


" Bench .... 


498, 499, 50O 


,, ., "Yale" 


46 


" " German . 


505 


Turn Buckles 


■ 3°4 


Swivel aud Hand Combined 


- 5o7 


" Pins, Plumbers' . 


495 


Coach Makers' .... 


501 


Turns, Cupboard . 


. 117 


" Farmers' ... 


• 5°4 


Turners' Sizing Tool, Wood 


402 


" Hand, " Alford " 


506 


Turning Chisel Handles . 


■ 379 


" " German 


■ 505 


" Chisels 


393 


" Handled .... 


5°5 


" Gouges 


■ 393 


" " Hayden & Barnes " 


• 5°6 


" Hammers, Farriers' . 


385 


" " "Lowell" 


505 


" Saws and Frames 

5= . 


• 423 


" " Swivel and Bench, Combined 


■ 507 
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PACK l| 


Vises, Parallel, "Parker's" 


5°° 


Wicking, Asbestos .... 


339 


" "Trenton" 


. 498 


Window Catches, French . 


. 116 


" "Parker's" 


500, 501 


" Holders, Automatic . 


17S 


" Pin, " Lowell " . 


. 505 


" Knobs, T Handle and Crank Handle 


• 37 


" Pipe .... 


502, 503 


" Locks, " Garretson's " 


178 


Saw, "Steam's " . 


• 511 


" Mortise Knob, French . 


18 


" " Weutworth's " . 


510 


" Pulleys .... 


1 98, 199, 200 


Solid Box Leg 


. 504 


" Spring Bolts 


. 178 


Swivel Bench and Hand Combined 


507 


Windlass, Coopers' .... 


395 


" " Coach Makers' 


• 5°' 


Wine Presses .... 


. 600 


" Jaw, "Bonneys 


507 


Wing Calipers ..... 


555 


" " Parallel 


. 500 


Wire Brads .... 


3!3. 315 


ii .. "Parker's" 


500 


" Brass ..... 


324 


" " " Trenton " . 


■ 499 


" Copper .... 


■ 324 


Telegraph, German 


505 


" Cloth 


322 


" "Trenton" 


49*>, 499, 5°' 


' ' Clothes Line, Galvanized . 


■ 223 


Wood Workers' 


501 


" Cutters ..... 


471 






' ' Cutters and Plyers 


• 469 






" Fence, Barbed .... 


320 






Staples 


■ 3 2 ° 


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" Gauges ..... 


552 




" Table, Standard 


• 565 






" Iron ... 


324 


Wad Punches .... 


• 475 


" Nails ..... 


313, 3*5 






" Barbed 


3'5 


Wads, Gun .... 


3°3 


On Spools .... 


• 324 


Waiter, Fixtures, Dumb 


210, 211 


Picture Cord .... 


246 


Wagon or Carriage Axles 


355 


" Ropes .... 


321 


" " " Rivets 


• 3°9 


" Screen Cloth 


322 


Working Machinery 


596, 597 


Spikes 


312 


Wantage Rods .... 


• 5 & 2 


Staples, Fence ... 


320 


Wardrobe Hooks 


232 


" Steel ..... 


324 


" Keys and Blanks 


103 


" Table of Weights, All Kinds 


325 


" Locks, " Corbin's" . 


*7 


" Twine Basket 


242 


Wash Tray Hinges, Galvanized 


121 


Wires of Various Metals, Table, Comparison 


327 


Washer Cutters . 


481 


Wood Bench Screw- 


50S 


Washers ..... 


■ 3°5 


Countersinks .... 


• 


" Angle, Bridge 


305 


Door Knobs .... 


39 


For Tire Rivets 


■ 309 


" Stops 


30 


Hose Coupling 


33S 


" Drawer Knobs 


39 


Washita Oil Slips .... 


■ 576 


Faucets ..... 


254 


" " Stone 


576 


Key Plates ... 


• 39 


Waste Nuts . . 


. 32S 


Knobs, Door .... 


39 


" Cotton . . . . 


339 


Drawer 


• 39 


Watchman's Time Detector 


. 582 


Shutter .... 


39 


Water Gauge Glasses . 


581 


Mouse Traps 


• 251 


" Tuyeres .... 


. 585 


" Saw Blades .... 


421 


Way Service Cocks 


33° 


Saws . . . . 


422 


Weaners, Calf 


. 24S 


Screw Cutters 


522 


Wrhs, Felloe .... 


418 


Screws. Brass 


• 297 


Wedges, Steel 


. 388 


" Iron 


296 


Weeding Hoes 


368 


Nickel-Plated 


. 298 


Weights, Sash 


201 


" Shutter Knobs . 


39 


Welded Pipe, Wrought Iron 


33'. vu 


Spokeshaves 


400 


Welding Compound 


36a 


Table, Weights, etc.. Various . 


.327 


Will Points, Drive 


33' 


Turners' Sizing Tool 


402 


WYU Wheel .... 


201 


Workers' Vises . 


5<» 


Whalebone Tube Brushes 


574 


Woods, Fancy .... 


426 


Wheel BarrOWS, Iron 


. 366 


Wool Cards .... 


248 


" Wood 


3»5 


Wrench. " Always Ready " 


489 


" Hoist 


347 


Cross Rim ... 


49° 


Wheels. Tire Measuring 


564 


" Lightning " Tap and Reamer 


490 


Pipe Cutter 


494 


Rim 


489 


Tracing or Copying 


564 


" Cros.:- 


490 


Well 


201 


Tap. Adjustable 


526 


Whistles. Alarm 


'54 


" " New York ' Pattern 


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PAGE 


Wrenches, Adjustable, "Billings" 


. 488 


Wrenches, Pipe .... 


• 487 




' " Tap 




526 


" " and Tong, Combined 


492 




1 "Agricultural" 




. 486 


" S, " Baxter's" . 


. 488 




' "Alligator" 




486 


" S, " Billings & Spencer's " 


488 




1 Basin 




• 489 


" Screw .... 


. 486 




"Briggs" . 




486 


Wrist Shackles ..... 


344 




"Coe's" 




. 486 








' Combination 




487 


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Cylinder Gas Pipe 




■ 487 






' Diagonal and S, " 


Baxter's " 


488 








' " Le Count's " 




. 488 


Yard Sticks ..... 


• 5 6 2 




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Patent Steel Key. With Stop. Full Size Cut of No. 223.;. Style of Nos. 2334, 2335, 2336, 2337. 233S. 2554. 2537. 2538. Tinned Malleable Iron Key. 

Japanned Case. 

Packed with 8crews. and Japanned Plate Escutcheons. 

Reverse by Removing Gap. 

4 x 3\ Inch. 



Numbers. 


With Stop. 




Without 1 
Knobs. 
Per dozen. 


2203 
2233 


" " Tinned Malleable Iron Key, 12 Changes packed (1 to 6) 


and (7 to 12) 


$ 3 65 
4 9» 



2334 
2335 



2336 
2337 
233S 



2534 



2537 
2538 



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Patent Reversible. 

4i x 3k Inch. 
With Stop. 



Iron Bolts, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 12 Changes packed (1 to 6) and (7 to 12) 
Brass Bolts, " " " " " 12 " " " " " 

Thumb Bolt. 



Iron Bolts, Tinned Malleable Iron Key, 12 Changes packed (1 to 6| and (7 to 12) 

" Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 12 
Brass Bolts, " " " " " 12 " " " " " 



4£ x 34 Inch. 
With Stop. — 

Iron Bolts, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 12 Changes packed (1 to 6) and (7 to 12) . 

Thumb Bolt. 



Iron Bolts, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 12 Changes packed (1 to 6) and (7 to 12) 
Brass Bolts, " " " " *' 12 " " " " " 



$ 7 35 


8 40 


$ 6 30 


8 05 


9 45 



$ 8 05 



$ 8 75 
10 85 



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Thumb Holt. Full Size Cut ut 5*08. 373; inn! 174 The Cut shows the Patent Steel Key. 

Packed with Screws, and Japanned Plate Escutcheon*. 

Pa 1 c 11 1 Revel' ssible. 

Thumb Bolt. 



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5 x 3h Inch. 



Iron Bolts, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, t Tumbler, 24 Changes packed (1 to 6) (7 to 13) 
(13 to |8) (19 tO 34 

Wrought Iron Inside "Work. 

8748 Brass Bolts and Hub, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 3 Tumblers, 4S changes 



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Iron Bolts, Nickel-Plated Pateut Steel Key, 1 Tumbler, 24 changes 



Without 
Knob*. 



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$33 40 



$18 30 



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Full Size Cut of Nos. 2961 and 2964 



Japanned < !ase. 
EASY SPRIN G . 

■WITH BBASB TURN KNOB. 
Packed with Screws, and Japanned Drop Escutcheons. (Double Key Hole) 

Patent Reversible. 



V. 



2961 
2964 



6 x 4:1 Inch. 



Iron Bolts, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Keys, 1 Tumbler on both Bolts, 2 Night Latch Keys, 16 Changes, 
Brass Bolts, " " " " " 1 " " " " 2 " " " l6 



Without 

Knobs. 

Per dozen. 



$35 OO 
42 OO 



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lull Siie Cut of N 

Japanned ( !as» >. 

Pocked with Screws, and Japanned Plate Eecutcheone. 

Patenl Reversible. 
EASY SPRING-. 



Numbers. 



!**71 

8S7S 
3ST9 



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7 x 3h Inch. 



Iron Bolts, ; Nickel-Plated Folding Steel Keys, i Tumbler. 16 Changes 

3 " 9° 

Brass Bolts. 2 " " " 5 " 3°o 



Without 

Knob*. 

With 3 Xeya. 

Per doien. 



$4* OO 
49 00 
63 00 



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Upright Rim Store Door Dead Locks. 




Full Size Cut of Nos. 4561 and 4563. Style of Noi. 4551 and 4571. 

Japanned Casr. 

Packed with Screws, and Japanned Plate Escutcheons. 

Rigrht or Left Hand. 



Numbers. 


4 x 21 Inch. 


With 1 Key. 
Per dozen. 


With 2 Keys. 
Per dozen. 


4551 


Iron Bolt, Nickel-Plated Folding Steel Keys, I Tumbler, 16 Changes 


$18 20 


$20 65 


4561 


5 x 32 Inch.. 

Iron Bolt, Nickel-Plated Folding Steel Keys, I Tumbler, 1 6 Changes 


$18 ao 


$20 65 


4571 


6 x 3£ Inch. 

Iron Bolt, 2 Nickel-Plated Folding Steel Keys, I Tumbler, ]6 Changes 




$25 90 



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Full Size Cut of No. 4592. 



Japanned < '. i Be. 



Packed with Screws, and Bronze Metal Round Plate Escutcheons. 



Rijrht or Left Hand. 





Number. 


5 x 21 Inch. 


With 3 Keys. 
Per dozen. 


4593 


Iron Bolt, Brass Bushed Key Hole, Nickel-Plated Folding Steel Keys, 


2 Tumblers, 16 Changes 


»3" »5 


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Coppered Trim Key. 





Tinned Malleable Iron Key. 



Fnlt size Cut of Mos 1451 and i;>-. Style Nos. 4460 and 4471. 

•Japanned < lase. 

Packed with Screws, and Japanned Plate Escutcheons. 

Right or Left Hand. 




Talent Steel Key. 



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Numbers. 


3 x 2 Inch. 


Per dozen. 


4410 


Iron Bolt, Coppered Iron Key ........... 


$ 2 25 


4451 
4458 


3 2 x 21 Inch. 

Iron Bolt, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, i Tumbler. 12 Changes ..... 
Brass Bolt, " " " " 3 " 48 " 


$ 6 30 
g 80 


4460 


4 x 2 2 Inch. 

Iron Bolt, Tinned Malleable Iron Key, 1 Tumbler ........ 


$ 6 30 


4471 


5 x 31 Inch. 

Iron Bolt, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 1 Tumbler, 12 Changes ..... 


$10 15 



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Patent Steel Key. 



Full Size Cut of Nos. 5231. 5332 and 5334. Style No. 5200. 



Japanned Oase. 



Packed with two Japanned Plate Escutcheons. 



2,1 x 34 Inch. 



Reverse by Removing «':i]>. 



MOO 
B9S1 



Wrought Iron Strikes with Iron Front Ix>cks. Cast Brass Strikes with Bras. Front Locks. 



Iron Front, Iron Bolts, Coppered Iron Key 



Without 

Knobs 

Per dozen. 

$3 65 



Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 12 Changes packed (1 to 6) and (7 to 12) . 6 65 



Patent Reversible. 



S839 
B83 1 



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Iron Front, Brass Bolts, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 12 Changes packed (1 to 6) and 17 to 12) 
Brass Front, " " 2 



$8 40 
9 80 



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A. 

Arcadia Design- 



Plain Front. Full Size Cut. The Cut shows the PATENT REVERSE. 

•Japanned Case. 

3h x 31 Inch. 

Patent Reversible. 
"Wrought Iron Inside Work. 



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Without 


Nuzabera. 


Packed with two Japanned Plate Escutcheons. 




Knobs. 
Per dozen. 




Plain Brass Front and Strike, Brass Bolts, Brass Hub, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 


1 Tumbler, 




5344 


24 Changes packed 1 1 to 6) etc. ....... 




$13 65 




Plain Brass Front and Strike, Brass Bolts, Brass Hub, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 


2 Tumblers, 




5348 


36 Changes packed (1 to 6) etc. ....... 




16 IO 




Plain Brass Front and Strike, Brass Holts, Brass Hub, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 


3 Tumblers, 




5349 


48 Changes packed (1 to 61 etc. ....... 




18 55 



A.rcadia IDesign Front and Strilce. Packed with Screws. 



5342 A 



K 5342 A 



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Berlin Bronzed. 

Bronze Metal Bolts, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 1 Tumbler, 24 Changes packed (1 to 6) (7 to 12) etc. 



Tokio Bronzed. 

Bronze Metal Bolts, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 1 Tumbler, 24 Changes packed (1 to 6) (7 to 12) etc. 



$13 20 



$■3 65 



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A. 

Arcadia Design. 




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Plain Front. Full Size Cut. The Cut shows the Patent Steel Key. 

Japanned C a >* e . 

4 x 34 Inch. 






Patent Reversible. 






Numbers. 


Wrought Iron Strikes with Iron Front Locks. Cast Brass Strikes with Brass Front Locks. 
Packed with two Japanned Plate Escutcheons. 


Without 

Knobs. 

Per dozen. 


553-2 
5534 


Iron Front, Brass Bolts, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 12 Changes packed (1 to 61 1 7 to 12) 
Brass " " " " " " " 12 " " " " 


etc. 


$ 9 IO 
II 20 



Arcadia Design !•' it and StrUce. Packed with Screws. 

Wrought Iron Inside Work. 



Berlin Bronzed. 

55ISIA Bronze Metal Bolts, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 1 Tumbler, 24 Changes packed 1 1 to 6) (7toi2ietc. $15 10 



Tokio Bronzed. 
K 5544 A Bronze Metal Bolts, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 1 Tumbler, 24 Changes packed (I to 6) 17 to 12) etc. $16 10 



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Arcadia Design. 




Plain Front. 



The Cut shows the Patent Steel Key. 

a n n e d Case. 

4kx3h Inch. 

■lit Reversible. 
"Wrought Iron Inside Work. 



Numbers. 


Packed with two Japanned Plate Escutcheons. 


Without 

Knobs. 

Per dozen. 


5744 j Brass Front and Strikes, Brass Bolts, Brass Hub, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, I Tumbler, 24 
Changes packed (1 to 6) etc. .......... 

5748 ; Brass Front and Strikes, Brass Bolts, Brass Hub, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 2 Tumblers, 36 
Changes packed (1 to 6) etc. .......... 


$18 go 
»' 35 



Arcadia Design Front and Strike. Packed with Screws. 



5742 A 



Berlin Bronzed. 

Bronze Metal Bolts, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 1 Tumbler, 24 Changes packed (1 to 6) (7 to 12) etc. 



$17 5° 



K 5742 A 



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Tokio Bronzed. 

Bronze Metal Bolts, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 1 Tumbler, 24 Changes packed (1 to 6) (7 to 12) etc. 



$18 90 



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Plain front t-'iill Sue Cut The Cut shows the Patent Steel Key. 

Japanned < lasi ■. 

Pnekeu with NICKEL-PLATED THUMB KNOB AND PLATE. 

4k x 3k Inch. 

Patent Reversible. 



Wrought Iron Inside Work. 



, Brass Front and Strikes, » Brass Bolts, Brass Hub, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 2 Tumblers, 36 
5758 Changes packed (1 to 6) etc. .......... 



■Without 

Knobs. 

Per dozen. 



$17 65 



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Mortise Knob Locks, 

ANTI-FRICTION LATCH. 




Tlain Front. Full Size Cut. The Cut shows the Potent Steel Key. 

Jnpanned Case. 

4£ x 3k Inch. 

Reverse by Removing Cap. 




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Number. 


"Wrought Iron Inside "Work. 




"Without 

Knobs. 

Per dozen. 


5768 


Brass Front and Strikes, Brass Bolts, Brass Hub, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 
Changes packed ( 1 to 3 ) etc. 


2 Tumblers, 36 


546 55 


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Mortise Knob Locks. 

RABBETED FRONT. 




Plain Front. Full Size Cut. The Cut shows the Fateut Steel Key. 



.1 ;i p a 11 n e d Gas e . 

4=h x 3k Inch. 

HANDED. I Not Reversible) 



Wrought Iron Inside Work. 




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Brass Front and Strikes, Brass Bolts, Brass Hub. Nickel-Plateil Patent Steel Key, 1 Tumbler, 24 
Changes packed (J to 3) etc. .......... 



Without 

Knobs. 

Per dozen. 



$38 50 



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Master Keyed Three Bolt Hotel Mortise Knob Locks. 



K A « Y SPRINfi. 




Regular Key. Master Key. 

Sold either with or without Master Key. 



Patent Reversible. Japanned Case. 

Paeked witli >r< >. Tl< » N'idcel-Plated Thuiu i» Knob ami Plate. 

Thumb Knob packed with Screws. 



Numbers. 


4£ x 3k Inch. 


Without 

Knobs. 

Per dozen. 


6174 


Brass Front, Bolts and Hub, Ornamental Brass Key, Cast Brass Strikes, 


I Tumbler, 112 Changes . 


$30 10 


536 


Master Keys. 

Steel Bit Master Keys for the above hock .... 


Extra, per dozen, 


$ 7 00 






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Master Keyed Hotel Mortise Knob Locks. 

Double Lock Bolt. 



,zJ£)=^ 



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B/MOTSBB 



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Patent Reversible. 



Fiill Size Cut of No. 6208. 



TWO LOCK BOLTS. 



DOUBLE KEY HOLE. 



EASY SPRING. 




Master Key. 




Regular Key. 



Japa mied Oase. 



Number. 


5 x 3s Inch. 


Without 

Knobs. 

Per dozen. 


saos 


Brass Front, Brass Bolt., Brass Hub, Ornamental Brass Key, Cast Brass Strikes, 


2 Tumblers, 112 Changes, 


535 70 


547 


Master Keys. 

Steel nil Master Keys for the above Lock 


Extra, per dozen, 


$ 7 00 



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THE ONLY THRKK-IJOLT RffiVKRSIBLB HOTKL LOCK. 

Do not out the Key Hole dear through the door but into one Bide only; the upper key hole 
ill way.-* for the Lnside of door and the lower one for onl side, as marked apon the Lock. (The 
E*atoh Bolt is reversible) When the door is looked upon one side it cannot be unlocked from 
the other (as the key hole does not go t hrough), neither can. the onteide bolt be turned -while 
the inside bolt is locked. 

3Tu.mish.ed in 7 sets oi lis each (or loss), ni;ikin^ TSi Locks all different, -with Steel Bit 
Master lvey to pass eaoh set ot 11:2. 



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Mortise Knob Locks. 



For French Windows, Etc. 



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Full Size Cut of No. 50:7. 





Full Size Cut of No. 5CS7. 



Japaiurxted < iase. 



Packed with two Japanned Plate Escutcheons. 

Handed. 
Flat Front. 



Numbers. 


34 x 11 Inch. 


'Without 

Knobs. 
Per dozen. 


5017 


Iron Front, Brass Bolts, Brass Strike, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 1 Tumbler 


$16 80 



Rabbeted Front. 



5087 



31 x 2 Inch. 

Iron Front, Brass Bolts, Brass Strike, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, 1 Tumbler 



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Mortise Front Door Locks. 



EASY SPEING. 





Nickel-rlated Thumb Knob and Plate. 




Lock Bolt Key. TWO Night Keys. 



I-'iill Size Cut of No. 6334. 

Japanned < !as< >. 

I'aoUftl with XicU«'l-I'latiMi Tliunil) Knob and Plate. 
Thumb Knob Packed with Screws. 



1'ntent Reversible. 



41 x 3h Inch. 



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<it:t I Brass Front, Brass Bolts, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Keys, I Tumbler on each Bolt, 2 Night Keys, 

16 Changes ....•••■■•••• 



Without 

Knobs. 

Per dozen. 



$3» 50 



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ANTI-FRICTION. 




Lock Bolt Key. TWO Night Keys. 



Full Size Cut of No. 6564. 

Japanned Oase. 

Packed with Nickel-Plated Tlrajoab Knob ami Plate. 

Thumb Knob Packed with Screws. 
REVERSE BY REMOVING CAP. 



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Number. 


5k x 4 Inch.. 


"Without 

Knobs. 

Per dozen. 


6564 


Brass Front, Brass Bolts, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Keys, 1 Tumbler on each Bolt, 
24 Changes . . . . . . . 


2 Night Keys, 


$52 5° 











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Sliding Door Dead Locks. 



For Steamboats, Barn Doors, Etc. 





SfeSllil 



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Full Size Cut of No. 691 1. 



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6911 



Japanned < !as< '. 



Packed with two Japanned Plate Kscutcheons. 



Righl or Lefl Hand. 



4 x 3h Inch. 



Iron Front, Iron Bolt, Brass Key 



j Per dozen. 



$11 55 



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Sliding Door Knob Locks. 



Flat Front. 




Japanned Case. 
Right or Left Hand. 



5x3 Inch.. 



"Without 

Knobs. 

Per dozen. 



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Astragal Front. 



Full Size Cut of No. 6947. 

Japanned Oase. 

Right or Left Hand. 




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Number. 


5x3 Inch. 


Without 

Knobs. 

Per dozen. 


6947 


Brass Front, Brass Bolts, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, with Sliding Door Stop 


$25 20 





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Arcadia Design 
Astragal Front Sliding Door Locks with Pulls. 



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A. 

Arcadia Design. 



Key No. 800. 



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b\ x Sh Inch. 

LOCKS FOB DOUBLE DOOBS. Box Strike with Pull ; 4 Cup Escutcheons. 

The Box Strike has a Pull in the face same as shown in the Lock above. 
See following page fbi* desoripl ion and prices. 



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Flush Cup Escutcheons. 



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Packed, with the Sliding Door Locks shown on preceding page. 





Full Size Cut. 
No. 462 A, Berlin Bronzed. No. K4S2A, Tokio Bronzed. 



Full Size Cut. 
No. 443 A, Berlin Bronzed. No. K443A, Tokio Bronzed. 



ARCADIA DESKrN 

Astragal Front Sliding Door Locks with Pulls. 

Right or Loft Hand. 5i2 X 32 Inch.. Japanned Case. 

Paolced with Fln-h Oap ESsontoheons as shown alaove. 

See preoeding page for Cut. 



«»7<>A 



Berlin Bronzed. 

Packed with Screws to match. 

T~>< '111 il<- I>< ><>!'*. 

Oniameutal Berlin Bronzed Front anil Strike, Bronze Metal Bolt and Fulls, with Door 
Stop and 4 Cup Escutcheons ......... 



With 
No. 413 \ 


With 

No. 462 A 


Berlin Bronzed 

Cup 

Escutcheons. 

Per dozen Sels. 


Berlin Bronzed 

Cup 

Escutcheons. 

Per dozen Sets. 


$67 20 


$67 20 


With 

K 443 A 


With 

K 4*2 A 


Tokio Bronzed 
Cup 

Escutcheons. 


Tokio Bronzed 

Cup 

Escutcheons. 


Per dozen Sets. 


Per dozen Sets. 


$79 80 


$79 80 



K 697B A 



Tokio Bronzed. 

Packed with Screws to match. 

Doaole Doora 

Ornamental Tokio Bronzed Front and Strike, Bronze Metal Bolt and Pulls, with Door 
Stop and 4 Cup Escutcheons ......... 



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Horizontal Mortise Knot) Latches. 




Pull Size Cut of Nos 4610 and 4611. 

Japanned < lase. 
Right or Left Hand. 



Numbers. 


14 x 31 Inch. 


■Without 

Knobs. 

Per dozen. 


KilO 


Iron Front, Iron Bolt ............ 


$1 65 


4611 


Iron Front, Iron Bolt 


11 x 3h Inch. 


$2 25 




llx3h Inch. 



Numbers. 


Iron Front. 


■Without 

Knobs. 

Per dozen. 


Numbers. 


Brass & Bronze Metal. 


Without 

KnobB. 

Per dozen. 


4621 
4622 


Iron Front, Iron Bolt 
" " Brass " 


$3 10 
4 00 


4623 
4624 


Brass Front, Iron Bolt 
" " Brass " 


$4 90 

S 60 



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Flat Front. 




Right or Left Hand. 
Japanned Case. 



4631 



llx3h Inch. 



Y% inch in thickness for Very Thin Doors, Iron Front, Iron Bolt 




Full Size Cut of Nos. 4681, 4682 and 46S4. 

Right or Left Hand. 
Japanned Oase. 



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$3 So 



Numbers. 


lhx Sh Inch. 


"Without 

Knobs. 
Per dozen. 


4681 
4683 
4684 


Rabbeted Iron Front, Iron Bolt, Brass Strike ........ 

" " " Brass """........ 

" Brass Front, "•■•«", 


$11 20 
12 60 
19 60 



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Full Size Cut of Nos. 4651, 4652 and 4654. 

IMjilit or Left Hand. Japanned Case. 

Paclied with Brass Thumb Knob and Plate. 



Numbers. 


21 x 3k Inch. 


■Without 

Knobs. 
Per dozen. 


4651 
4652 
4654 


Iron Front, Iron Bolts, Brass Thumb Knob and Plate ....... 

" " Brass "«'"«'"». 
Brass " " " " " " " " 


$ 8 05 

9 80 

12 60 




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Full Size Cut of Nos. 4617 and 4619. 



Upright Mortise Knob Latches. 



FLAT FRONT. 



• F;i] >:irmctl Case. 



Right or Lfl'l Hand. 



Numbers. 


21 x 11 Inch. 


"Without 

Knobs. 

Per dozen. 


4617 
4619 


Iron Front, Brass Bolt, Cast Brass Strike .... 
Brass " " " " " " 


$ 9 80 
II 20 



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FLAT FRONT. 




iwiPPI 

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Full Size Cut of No. 6923. 

Japanned Case. 
I\iii'lit or Leit Hand. 



29 



11x31 Inch. 



Without 

KnobB. 

Per dozen. 



6923 



Brass Front and Strikes, Brass Bolt 



$11 90 



ASTRAGAL FRONT. 




Full Size Cul of No. 6927. 

Japanned < lase. 
Riarht or Lett Hand. 



II x Sh Inch. 



«9!l7 



Brass Front and Strikes, Brass Bolt 



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Without 

Knob*. 

Per dozen. 



$14 OO 



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Mortise Dead Locks. 



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Full Size Cut of No. 4910. The Cut shows the Patent Steel Key. 



Hull Size Cut of Nos. 4924 and 4929. The Cut shows the Patent Steel Key. 
Style 4934 a»d 493 8 - 



.Japanned Case. 



Packed with two Japanned Plate Escutcheons. 



Kight or Left Hand. 



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Numbers. 


It x 2 Inch. 


Per dozen. 


4910 


Cupboard or Drawer. 

Iron Front and Strike, Iron Bolt, Tinned Malleable Iron Key, Double Key Hole, I Tumbler 


$ 4 90 


4924 
4929 


2x21 Inch. 

Brass Front and Strike, Brass Bolt, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, I Tumbler 

" " 3 " 


$ 9 10 
13 30 


4934 
4938 


21 x 34 Inch. 

Brass Front and Strike, Brass Bolt, Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Key, I Tumbler, 24 Changes 
" 2 " 36 " 


$ 9 80 
II 90 



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Flat Front. 





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Full Size Cut of No. 4963. 

Right or Left Hand. 

2\ x 3 Inch. 



Two Keyed Each. 



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Number. 


Packed with two Bronze Metal Round Plate Escutcheons. 


Per dozen. 


V.H.I 


Brass Front, Brass Bolt, 2 Nickel-Plated Flat Steel 
Keys, 3 Tumblers, 4S Changes 


$35 00 



Rabbeted Front. 




Full Size Cut of No. 4983. Two Keyed Each. 

Right or Lett Hand. 2\ X 3 Inch. 



Packed with two Bronze Metal Bound Plate Escutcheons. 



Rabbeted Brass Front, Brass Bolt, 2 Nickel - Plated 

Flat Steel Keys, 3 Tumblers, 4S Changes . . $56 00 



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BERLIN BRONZED. 

Store Door Handles and Lock. 



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Anti-Friction Latch.. 



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Two Flat Steel Keys. Nickel-Plated 



Half Size Cut with Latch Not Rabbeted. 
Patented. 





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Numbers. 


Lock, 44 x 3 Inch. 


Per Set. 


3473 
3479 


Not Rabbeted, Bronze Metal Bolts, 3 Tumblers, 2 Flat Steel Nickel-Plated Keys . 

Rabbeted Front, " " " 3 " 2 " " " "... 


$7 SO 
8 70 



Packed with. Screws. Be particular to specify JRi^lit Hand or I>efl Hand, as wanted. 






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Full Size Cut of No. 713. 



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Full Size Cut of No. 752. 
Style of No. 753. 




Full Size Cut of No. 717J4. 




Full Size Cut of No. 717. 



Full Size_Cut of No. 751. 



NICKEL-PLATED ESCUTCHEONS. 



Numbers. 



Packed with Nickel-Plated Screws. 



Per dozen 



713 

717 

717« 
751 
75il 
733 



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Plate, For Rim aud Mortise Locks ........ 

" " Vestibule Latches ......... 

Drop, For Rim and Mortise Locks ........ 

Two Key Hole Drop for Front Door Locks. For 4*4 Inch Mortise, and 5 Inch Rim 
11 11 ■■ 11 .. ii 11 jj£ j nc j, ii ii 6 Incn .1 



$1 05 

1 05 

1 05 

5 95 

6 65 

7 00 



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Rose and Escutcheon Combined. 



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( >i-ii;tnn-jil;il Sjsou.toh.eon.. 




Full Size Cut of No. 423 A. 




Ornanioiil \\\ Kwfuloheon. 




Full Size Cut of No. 870 A. 



Full Size Cut of No. S47A. Style of Nos. 445A to 847A, 

ROSE AND ESCUTCHEONS COMBINED. 



3?aelc<>d -vvit)i Screws to match. 


Berlin Bronzed. 


Toklo Bronzed. 


Bronze Metal. 


Nos. 


Dozen. 


Nos. 


Dozen. 


Nob. 


Dozen. 


For all y/ z Inch Mortise Locks 
" "4 

" " 4!i ... 


445 A 

446 A 


$2 10 
2 40 


K445A 
K446A 


$2 80 

3 15 


845 A 

846 A 

.S47 A 


$5 88 
6 72 
8 40 



( )1(NAMENTAL ESCUTCHEONS. 



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BERLIN 


TOKIO 


BRONZE METAL. 


PLAIN BRONZE METAL. 


BRONZED. 


BRONZED. 


Nat. Lt. Bronze. 


M Finish. 


Nat. Lt. Bronze. 


A Finish. 


PLATE. 

For All Kim and Mortise Locks . 


Nos. 


Dozen. 


Nos. 


Dozen. 
$0 70 


Nos. 


Dozen. 


Nos. 


Dozen. 


Nos. 


Dozen. 


Nos. 


Dozen. 


423A 


$0 56 


K423A 


















870A 


$1 68 


M870A 


$1 68 


870 P 


$2 08 


A870P 


$2 08 











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Door Knobs. 



21 Inch, 5-16 Inch Spindle. 




2# Inch RIM KNOBS. Full Size Cut of Mineral Knobs No. 1203. 



Numbers. 


Mineral. 


Per dozen. 


MORTISE. 


RIM. 


1202 


1203 




$2 00 




3% Inch MORTISE KNOliS, Full Size Cut of Porcelain Knobs. Nos. 1212. i7i2;nnd 17M. 



Numbers. 


Porcelain. 


Per dozen. 


MORTISE. 

1212 


RIM. 


121.1 




S2 35 


1712 
1711 


I7i:t 
1715 


Nickel-riatcil Mountings ......... 

11 ti 11 ..... 


$6 00 
7 00 


1722 
1721 


172:t 
1725 




$7 00 
7 80 



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Door Knobs. 



21 Inch, 5-16 Inch Spindle. 



2% Inch MORTISE KNOBS. Full Size Cut ol Ebony Knobs Nos. 1232 and 1734. 



Knobs with Nickel-Plated Mountings axe packed with Screws to match. 




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Numbers. 


Ebony. 


Per dozen. 


MORTISE. 


MM. 


1232 


1233 


Japanned Mountings .......... 


$2 65 


1734 


1735 


Nickel-Plated Mountings .......... 


$7 00 



Full Size Cut of Nos. 1434 A to 1835 A. 



Numbers. 


Ebony. 


Per dozen. 


MORTISE. 


RIM. 


1434 A 

K 1434 A 

1834 A 


1435 A 

K 1435 A 

1835 A 


Berlin Bronzed Mountings .......... 

Tokio " " ......... 

Bronze Metal ".......... 


$4 65 
6 00 
8 20 



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T Handle, and Crank Handle Knobs. 




Full Size Cut of No. 1072. T Handle 



1H Inch Knob, 5-16 Inch Spindle. 



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Number. 


X Handle. 


Per dozen. 


Number. 


Cran.lt 1-Ian.cLle. 


Per dozen. 


1072 


Porcelain Knob, Nickel - Plated T 
Handle .... 


$28 00 


1070 


Porcelain Knobs, with Nickel-Plated 
Crank Handle 


$21 00 



STORE DOOR 

Crank Handle Knobs. 




Numbers. 


2 1 * x 1 3 4 Inch Knobs. 5-16 Inch Spindle. 


Per dozen. 


111:1 

11T3 


Porcelain Knobs, Japanned Mountings .......■•■ 

" Nickel-Plated Mountings, Packed with Screws ..... 


$10 50 

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Ship Knobs. 



Foi* Eliza ;uici Mortise Locks. 




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Size. 


Brass. 


Per dozen. 


2 Inch. 


With Cast Brass Roses and Wrought Brass Spindles ....... 


$12 00 


1 '• ■]•<•< ■lain. 


2# Inch. 




$8 25 



Knobs and Drop Handles. 

I*'r>i' ifiin artel Mortise Locks. 




Cast Brass Escutcheons. 




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Per dozen 



$0 50 



Size. 


Brass. 


Per dozen. 


2 Inch. 

2'A " 




$14 00 
16 00 



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Key Plates, Door, Sli utter and Drawer Knobs and Door Stops. 

Made regularly in Oak, Walnut and Staiued Mahogany, but can be furnished in any style of wood, to 
match any particular trim, on special order, at slightly increased cost. 
I\>y Plate. Door Knob. 





Tioy Plate. 




No. lOl. 



Door Stop. 



Shutter and Drawer Knobs. 




No. ISO. 




No. 130. 



No. 134. 







Key 


Plates. 




Numbers. 


Size. 


Description. 


Packed. 


Per dozen. 


19 

IS 


i^x i Inch. 

I* X I " 


Without Drop for Brass Key 
' Steel " 


f 6 dz. in Paper Box with Bronze Screws, J 
\ complete . . . . . i 


$0 75 







Door Knobs. 




lOl 


2)4 x 2'X Inch. 


With Bronze Shank and Thimble . 


%. dz. prs. in Paper Box, with Bronze 
Screws for Roses, complete 


$9 oo 



Shutter and Drawer Knobs. 



120 
121 
189 
193 


% In. iu Diam. 

1% " « " 

iH " " " 
iH 


1 f 

I Hand-Turned and Polished . . j 


2 dz. iu Paper Box, with Screws, com- 
plete ..... 


$0 8o 

90 

1 00 
I 10 



Door Stops 



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ISO 
IIS 
134 


2% Inch long. 


For Wall or Base .... 
" Floor ..... 


3 dz. in Paper Box, complete 

2 ' MM , 

3 " " • 


$1 25 

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i 50 



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Horizontal Rim Knob Latches. 



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Right or Left Hand. 



Full Size Cut of No. 4020. 



3h x 21 Inch. 



Japanned Case. 



Number. 


Packed with Screws. 


"Without 

Knobs. 

Per dozen. 


4020 


Iron Bolt .............. 


$2 15 




With Thumb Bolt. Full Size Cut of No. 4046. 



Right or Left Hand. 



4 x 21 Inch. 



Japanned Case. 



Packed with Screws. 



Without 

Knobs. 

Per dozen. 



4046 Iron Bolt, Iron Thumb Bolt, Flush Thumb Piece 



$5 25 



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Horizontal Rim Nisrht Latche 




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41 



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Full Size Cut ot No. 4114. 

3x21 Inch. 

Right or Left Hand. Double Key Hole. 




Two Keyed Each. 

Japanned. Case. 



Packed with Screws, and Japanned Plate Escutcheons. 



4114 



Iron Bolt, Draw-Back Bolt, Brass Stop Knob, 2 Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Keys 



$6 30 




Hpp*i 



Ritjht or Lett Hand. 



Full Size Cut of No. 4154. 

4 x 21 Inch. 

Double Key Hole. 



Two Keyed Each. 



Japanned Case. 



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Packed with Screws, and Japanned Circular Plate Escutcheons. 



4154 Iron Bolt, Brass Slide Knob, Brass Stop Knob, 2 Drilled Brass Keys 



$8 40 



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Horizontal Rim Night Latches. 



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Full Size Cut of No. 4164. 



Two Keyed Each. 



4 x 21 Inch. 



Right or Left Hand. Double Key Hole 



.In panned Case. 



4164 



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Packed with Screws, and Japanned Plate Escutcheons. 



Iron Bolt, Brass Turn Knob, Brass Stop Knob, 2 Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Keys 



$10 85 



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Adjustable to Right or Left Hand Door 
Plain or Reverse Bevel. 



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No. 151. 



151 



151 



A'/t^VA I" 



4^X3X " 



Patent Horizontal Rim Cylinder. 



Japanned Case, Heavy Latch, Extra Heavy Bronze Bolt, Brass Drawback Knob, Nickel- 
Plated, which stops the Latch by turning, 4 Brass Tumblers, 2 Flat Steel Keys, 
Ornamental Bronze Escutcheon with Revolving Key Guide .... 

Same as above, except Case, which is all Nickel-Plated ..... 





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>-... 154, 



Patent Horizontal Rim. 



Iron Bolt, Brass Drawback Kuob. Nickel-Plated, which stops the Latch by turning, 
1 Keys, Nickel-Plated and Bronzed Escutcheon ...... 



$17 00 
20 00 



$6 95 



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"Bohannan" Night Latches. 



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Adjustable to Right or Left Hand Doors. 
Plain or Reverse Bevel. 





Number. 


Size. 


New Improved Patent Horizontal Rim Cylinder. 


Per dozen. 


156 


3# X 2#In. 


Iron Bolt, Brass Draw-Back Knob, Nickel-Plated, which Stops the Latch by Turning, 
2 Flat Steel Keys, Ornamental Bronze Escutcheons ..... 


$10 00 





No. 165. 



New Improved Patent Horizontal Rim Cylinder. 



165 



3Xx.*X In. 



Heavy Bronze Bolt, Brass Draw-Back Knob, Nickel-Plated, which Stops the Latch by 
Turning, 4 Brass Tumblers, 2 Flat Steel Keys, Ornamental Bronze Escutcheon with 
Revolving Key Guide .......... 



$14 00 



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Plain or Reverse Bevel. 



45 



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No. lOo. 




Number. 


Size. 


Tubular Rim. 


Per dozen. 


105 


4^ x 3 In. 


Heavy Japanned Iron Case, Brass Slide and Stop Knobs, Brass Bolt, Bronze Metal 
Escutcheon, 2 Flat Steel Keys, with variety of changes, 2 Steel double or divided 
notched Tumblers, iX, 1 'A, >M\ 2 > <> r 2 }i ' ncl1 Tube ..... 


$15 6o 



109 



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X... U>;>. 
For Doors i to 2}s Inches Thick. 



4x3 In. 



Tubular Rim, Swivel Escutcheon. 



Hcavv Japanned Iron Case, Heavy Bronze Bolt. Bronze Slide and Stop Knobs, 4 Tumblers, 
2 Flat Steel Keys, Bronze Metal Saivtl Escutcheon ..... 



$15 00 



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"Yale" Night Latches. 

Adjustable to Right and Left Hand Doors. 
Plain or Reverse Bevel. 









Front View of Latch No. 842. 






Number. 


Size. 


Tubular Rim. Heavy Bronze Bolt. 


Each. 


Per dozen. 


842 


2^x3#In. 


Japanned Iron Case and Striker, Plain Bronze Tube and Knob, Tubes i#, l}4, 
i-V and 2 inches, with 3 Flat Keys ...... 


$1 75 


$21 00 




Nos. 40 to 44. 



40 
41 
42 
43 
44 



aH*3H in- 



Horizontal Rim. 



Heavy Bronze Bolt. 



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Japanned Iron Case and Striker, Plated Escutcheon, Plated Knob, with 3 new 

Corrugated Keys .......... 

Japanned Iron Case and. Striker, Plated Escutcheon, Bronze Knob, with 3 new 

Corrugated Keys .......... 

Japanned Iron Case and Striker, Plain Bronze Escutcheon, Bronze Knob, with 

3 new Corrugated Keys ......... 

Japanned Iron Case and Striker, Ornamental Bronze Escutcheon, Bronze Knob, 

with 3 new Corrugated Keys ........ 

Japanned Iron Case and Striker, Hammered Bronze Escutcheon, Bronze Knob, 

with 3 new Corrugated Keys . . . . . . ' . 



$2 75 
2 50 
2 25 
2 50 
2 50 



$33 00 
30 00 
27 00 
30 00 
30 00 



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47 



Adjustable to Right and Left Hand Door 




Numbers. 


3^x3^2 Inch, Heavy Bronze Bolt. 


Each. 


Per dozen. 


60 \ 

61 1 

62 1 

63 | 
61 \ 

<;-. \ 

66 \ 

ro 


Plated Front, Escutcheon Knob and Knob Rose, with 3 new Corrugated Keys 

Plain B ™"^ e j?^?",* j Plated Escutcheon Knob and Knob Rose, with 3 new Corrugated Keys, 

Plain Bror.ze Front \ Plated Escutcheon, Tearl White Knob, Plated Kuob Rose, with 3 new 
Plain Finish i Corrugated Keys ....... 

Plain Bronze Front \ Plain Bronze Escutcheon, Pearl White Knob, Plated Knob Rose, with 
Plain Finish 1 3 new Corrugated Keys . . ... 

Ornamental Bronze Front, Escutcheon, Kuob and Kuob Rose, with 3 new Corrugated Keys, 


$5 75 

4 So 

3 75 

3 50 

5 25 


$69 OO 
54 00 

45 00 

42 00 
63 00 



DIRECTIONS FOR ORDERING: 

SELECT EVEN Numbers for Doors from 1% Inches to 2'4 Inches Thick. 
ODD " 2% " " 3X " 

Made also RABBETED, prices on application. When ordering: Rabbeted, specify Right or Left Hand, as wanted. 



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"Tale" UprigM Rim Dead Locks, 

[LAEGK ] 

Adjustable to Right and Left Hand Doors. 




BSscutoh 


PLAIN BRONZE. PLAIN BRONZE. 
eon for Loclcs 703 and 7T.2. Escutcheon for Loclcs 4 


and 13. 


Numbers. 


size. "Without Knob. Heavy Bronze Bolt. 


Each. 


Per dozen. 


4 
12 


5^3 In. 
4x2^ " 


Japanned Iron Case and Striker, Plain Bronze Escutcheon, with 4 new Corrugated Keys, 
" ' " " " " 3 " 


$s 50 

4 25 


$66 00 

51 00 



'With Knob. 



Heavy Bronze Bolt. 



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702 


5 x 2}£ In. 


Japanned Iron Case and Striker, Plain Bronze Escutcheon, Bronze Knob with 3 new 










Corrugated Keys .......... 


*3 50 


$42 00 


712 


4*2Jz~ " 


Japanned Iron Case and Striker, Plain Bronze Escutcheon, Bronze Knob with 3 new 










Corrugated Keys .......... 


3 00 


36 00 



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BRASS 



Upright Rim Knob Ship Locks. 



"With Reversible Latch Bolts. 




Cut of .(-inch T,ock, New York Pattern. 



Numbers. 


Size. 


New York Pattern. 


Without 
Knobe 

Per dozen. 


1 


4X3 III. 


All Brass ............ 


$24 OO 
30 00 



Janus Face. 



10 
11 



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I x .i III. 

5*3X " 



All Brass 



$21 00 
27 00 



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Mortise Knob Ship Locks. 



INJBTW YORK l'ATTKKM 



With Reversible Latch Bolts, lov Rijdit or Lcii Hand Doors. 



72 

73 




4*3^ In. 
5X3K " 



All Brass 



Cut "l 4-Inch I,oek. 



Flal Front. 



"Without 

Knobs. 

Per dozen. 



$24 00 
30 00 



Rabbeted Front. 



80 



4*3K In. 



All Brass 



$40 00 



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Mortise Sliding Door Knob Ship Locks. 



[NEW YORK PATTERN] 




no 



4K* 3* In- 



New- York Pattern. 



Plain Front, all Brass 



Extra Fine. 



.VII* 5 x.;\lu. 



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Without 

Knobs. 

Per dozen. 



$36 00 



Tlain Front, all Brass, and Bronze inside work, Bronze Key, Hub 5-16 inch . . Each, 



$1 5° 



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BRASS 



ANTI-FU IOTK J>N 



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Upright Rim Knob Ship Locks 



<s. 




iftE liiiiiEL 



Plain Bevel. 



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Number. 


Size. 


Extra Heavy. 


Without 

Knobs. 

Per dozen. 


216 


hK*i%Va.. 


AH Brass, I Tumbler, Brass Key ........ 


$48 00 









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ANTI-FKK !TI< )N 



Upright Rim Knob Ship Locks. 



53 



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BRASS 

Combined Escntcheon and Rose, 
Knob and Drop Handle 



ibx- 
EXTRA HEAVY 



Upright Rim Knob Ship Locks. 




Knob No. 5408- 




Combined Escutcb 


eou and Rose No. 1906. 


Drop Handle No. 


1 167. 




Numbers. 


Size. 


Combined Escutcheon 


ami Rose. 




Per dozen. 


1906 


7#x2>£ln. 


Polished Brass ........... 


$9 00 



Knob. 



540S 


2'X Inch. 


Polished Brass, }i Inch Spindle ........ 


$24 00 



Drop I [audio. 



1167 






$24 00 



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No. 90. 



Mortise Night Latches. 



Full Size Cut of N0.K47M. Style ol No. 4754. 



Two Keyed Each. 



Numbers. Sice. 



«34 
4T54 



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2 X3tfln. 



DESCRIPTION. 



55 



^ 



Number. 


Size. . 


DESCRIPTION. 


Per dozen. 


90 


i'/is.3%ln. 


All Brass, without Knobs, ......... 


$10 00 




Brass Front, Brass Bolt, Brass Thumb Knob and riate, 2 Nickel-Plated Patent Steel Keys, $18 20 

Brass l'ront. Brass Bolt. Nickel-Plated Thumb Knob and Plate, 2 Nickel-Plated Patent 
Steel Keys ....••■•••• 



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Mortise Bolts 



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Plain Front 



Thumb Knob. 



"The Gem" Door Bolts. 




End View of Door. 




Sectional Side View. 



^ 





No. 710. Nickel-Hated. 




Numbers. 


Plain F1-011I :\n<l Strike 


Per dozen. 


1891 
4§94 


Iron Front, Iron Bolt, with Thumb Knob, No. 710, Nickel-Plated, with Screws 

Brass " Brass " " " " " 710, " " ... 


$ 8 05 
10 IS 




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Numbers. 


DESCRIPTION. 


Ter dozen. 


I 
1 
1 

2 
3 
4 


Polished Light Bronze Knob ........... 

Figured " " " ...... ... 

" Dark ""........... 

Full Nickel-Plated ............ 

Nickel-Plated Knob, Brass Face Plate and Striker ........ 

" " " Finished Iron Face Plate and Striker ...... 


$6 00 

6 00 
6 00 
5 «o 
4 65 
4 10 



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Wrought Iron Tumbler Padlocks. 





|i:;i 




Oo 






No. loo. Old No. 4-0. 



No. 122. Old No 1037. 






No. 200. old No. 3-0. 



No. aoi. Old No. 2-0. 



iaa 

200 
•201 



2 Inch. 



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DESCRIPTION 



1 Wheel, 4 Changes, Pancy K,-> ....... 

Self-Locking;, 4 Changes, Bfass Rushing, Revolving Key Pin, Flat Steel Key 
Plain, without Drop ........ 

witli llr.iss Drop ........ 



1 Key. 



$1 70 
2 95 
2 50 
285 



2 Keys. 



$1 90 

3 65 

2 90 

3 25 



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Wrought Iron Tumbler Padlocks. 



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No. 202. Old No. o. 



No. 218. Old No. 1063 





No. 223, Monogram Back. Old No. 1043. 



No. 232, Monogram Back. Old No. 1053. 



202 
218 



223 
232 



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2 '4 Inch. 

*'A " 
2% " 

2% " 



DESCRIPTION. 



4 Changes, Raised Bushing, Brass Drop 

1 Tumbler, 6 Changes, Brass Bushing, Engraved Drop. 

Key Pin, Flat Steel Key .... 

1 Tumbler, 6 Changes, Brass Bushing, Double Chamber. 

Double Bitted Flat Steel Key 
Self-Locking, 1 Tumbler, 6 Changes, Brass Bushing, Double Chamber, 

Revolving Key Pin, Double Bitted Flat Steel Key . 



Wheel Ward, Revolving 

Revolving Key Piu, 

1 Ward, 



1 Key. 



$3 00 

5 45 

6 70 

7 10 



$3 4° 

6 50 

7 95 

8 35 



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No. 301. Old No. 1. 





Old No. ». 



Numbers. 


Sin. 


DESCRIPTION. 


Per dozen. 


3©il 


2'. Inch. 

2* " 


Plain, with Brass Drop ......... 

6 Changes. Brass Drop ami Bushing ...... 


1 Key. 


2 Keys. 


$3 50 

3 8 S 


«3 90 

4 25 



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Wrought Iron Tumbler Padlocks. 




No. 303. Old No. 3. 




No. 315. Old No. 4. 



Numbers. 


Size. 


DESCRIPTION. 


Per dozen. 


303 
315 


2'/ z Inch. 
1% " 


6 Changes, Brass Drop and Bushing ...■••• 
1 Tumbler, 6 Changes, Brass Drop and Bushing, 1 Wheel and Side Ward 


1 Key. 


2 Keys. 


$4 20 

4 85 


$4 80 

5 5o 



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No. 316. Old No. 5. 





No. 31S. Old No. 1064. 



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Numbers. 


Size. 


DESCRIPTION. 


Per dozen. 


■in. 
818 


•!'. Inch. 


1 Tumbler, 12 Changes, Bass Prop and Bushing. Wheel and Side Wards 
6 Changes. Engraved Drop, Brass Bushing. Heavy Shackle, Cylinder Key 


1 Key. 


2 Keys. 


$5 IO 
6 70 


$6 05 
7 60 



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Wrought Iron Tumbler Padlocks. 




No. 321. Old No. 1048. 




No. 343, Brass Key. Old No. 1067. 



Numbera. 


Size. 


DESCRIPTION. 


Per dozen. 


321 
343 


2% Inch. 

2% " 


I Tumbler, 6 Changes, Brass Drop, Wheel Ward, Self-Locking Spring Shackle, 

1 Tumbler, 6 Changes, Brass Bushing, Wheel and .Side Wards, Double Chamber, 

Double Bitted Brass Key ........ 


1 Key. 


2 Keys. 


$4 60 
8 35 


$5 00 
10 00 



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No. 365. Old No. 6. 



Numbers. 


Sl*>. 


DESCRIPTION. 


Per dozen. 


:tll 
Mr 


2% Inch. 

2% " 


I Tumbler, 12 Changes, Brass Bushing, 3 Solid Brass Wheels, Bridge Wards, 
Nickel -Plated Tatent Steel Key, Brass Bushing on Back 

1 Tumbler, 6 Changes, Brass Drop and Bushing, Solid Brass Wheel, Bridge 
Ward, Revolving Key Tube, Self-Locking Spring Shackle, Double Bitted 
Key, Brass Bushing on Back ....... 

1 Tumbler, 12 Changes, Engraved Drop, Brass Bushing, 1 Wheel and Side Ward, 


1 Key 


2 Keys. 


$7 50 

83s 

6 25 


$9 20 

9 60 
7 20 



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Numbers. 



386 
386 C 



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Wrought Iron Tumbler Padlocks. 




zyi Inch. 

2% " 



No. 386 C, Monogram Back. Old No. [O32. 



DESCRIPTION. 



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1 Tumbler, 6 Changes, Engraved Drop, Brass Bushing, i Wheel Ward, Revolving 

Key Pin, Heavy Shackle, Flat Steel Key, Monogram Brass Bushing on Back, 

Same as No. 386, with Chain ........ 



1 Key. 

$7 10 

9 20 



2 Keys. 
$8 IS 

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No. 404, Monogram Back. Old No. 1033. 








No. 607. Old No. 1076. 






Numbers. 


SUe. 


DESCRIPTION. 


Per dozen. 


401 

607 


2'; Inch. 


1 Tumbler. 6 Changes, Brass Bushing, 1 Wheel Ward, Double Chamber, Revolving 
Key Pin, Double Bitted Flat Steel Key, Monogram Brass Bushing on Back, 

1 2 Changes, Engraved Drop. Brass Bushing. Wheel, Side and Bridge Wards, 
Brass Bushing on Back, Revolving Key Pin, Flat Steel Key 


1 Key. 


3 Keys. 


* 835 

10 00 


$ 9 60 
11 05 



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No. 702. Old No. 10. 



No. 705. Old No. 1008. 





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Numbers. 


Size. 


DESCRIPTION. 


Per dozen. 


702 
705 


3 Inch. 
3 " 


6 Changes, Brass Bushing, 1 Wheel and Side Wards .... 
6 " Brass Drop and Bushing, 3 Solid Brass Wheels 


1 Key. 


3 Keys. 


$6 70 
8 35 


$7 60 

9 45 



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No. 715. Old No. 8. 



No. 719. Old No. 1039. 





Numbers. 


Sin. 


DESCRIPTION. 


Per dozen. 


71a 

719 


3 Inch. 

3 " 


i Tumbler, 12 Changes, Brass Drop and Bushing, Side and Bridge Wards, Solid 

1 Tumbler, 12 Changes, Engraved Drop, Brass Bushing, Wheel, Side and Bridge 
Wards, Revolving Key Pin, Flat Steel Key ..... 


1 Key. 


9 Keya. 


$9 20 
II 70 


$10 30 

12 75 



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Scandinavian Padlocks. 



Malleable Iron. 



Mc"Williams Patent. 

Hand Made. 




No. no. 




No. 150. 



Lreren_n_, 





Numbers. 


Tumblers. 


Malleable Iron. 


Per dozen. 


104 

106 
lo- 
ll" 
112 
114 




2 Keys, Weight 2 lbs per Dozen ........ 

2 " "6 

2 " " 10 ' 

2 " "13 

2 " " 19 " " 

2 " " 30 " " " 


$ 8 20 

9 00 

II 00 

13 00 

19 5° 
30 00 



"Wrought Iron. Hand Made. 



150 


8 


152 


10 


154 


12 


156 


14 


158 


16 



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2 Keys, Weight 13 lbs per Dozen 

2 " " 19 ' 

2 " " 28 

2 " " 3 2 ' 

2 " " 5 2 



$15 00 
18 00 
22 50 
27 So 
35 00 



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"Eureka" Padlocks. 




6 9 



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No. 4014. 



No. 4016. 



No. 4018. Style of No. 4022^. 




No. 4021. 




No. 4023. Style of No. 4029. 



Numbers. 


Bice. 


Bras?:. 


Per dozen. 


4014 
4016 
4018 
4©92,"/2 


}i Inch. 
1 
itf " 


Self-Locking, Spring Shackle, 2 Flat Steel Keys ...... 

" 2 Flat Steel Keys assorted, 4 Changes in a Dozen 

2 5 

" " " 4 Patent Wards, 2 Flat Steel Keys, all Different in a Dozen, 


«2 75 

2 75 

3 00 
5 00 



Iron. 



coai 

4©'J3 
4099 


ltf Inch. 

2 " 

'X " 


Black Japan, Self-Locking Spring Shackle, 2 Flat Steel Keys 

* ' " "2 ' 

'* " " " " " 4 Patent Wards, 2 Flat Steel Keys, 

Different in a dozen 


all 


$2 00 
2 50 

4 00 



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"Bohannan" Patent Spring Padlocks. 



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MADE OF 



CAST BRONZE METAL. 




No. 072. Style of Nos. 070 to 074. 



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No. 525. 



No. 075. 



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Numbers. 


Size. 


070 


i'/i Inch. 


071 


i'X " 


072 


i'A " 


07» 


>X " 


074 


2 " 


075 


2 " 


525 


2.V " 



DESCRIPTION. 



Improved Flat Steel Key Lock 



2 Tumblers 



3 Tumblers, with Chain 
New Improved Flat Steel Key Lock, Unpolished, 3 Tumblers 



Per dozen. 
24 Keyed. 



8 S S° 
6 00 

8 50 

9 75 

10 75 
12 00 

11 75 



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MADE OF 



CAST BRONZE METAL. 




No. 85. Style of Nos. 77, 79 and 91. 



No. 504. 



Numbers. 


Sire. 


74 


2 Inch. 


77 


2 " 


79 


2% " 


S!i 


2<A " 


*S5 


2% " 


»l 


2* " 


SOI 


I* " 



DESCRIPTION. 



Tumbler Lock, Plain Cover over Key Hole, Brass Keys 

" " Spring Cover aud Chain 

" " Plain Cover " " 

" " Plain Cover 

" " " " and Chain 

Heavy Tumbler Lock, Spring Cover and Chain 
Tumbler Lock, Unpolished, with 12 Inch Chain and Ring, Brass Keys 



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Per dozen. 
34 Keyed. 



$ 9 5° 
" 75 
II 50 

11 75 

14 00 

21 50 

7 5° 



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"Bohannan" Patent Spring Padlocks. 



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No. 513. 




MADE OF 



CAST BRONZE METAL. 





No. 119. Improved Switch Lock. 



Numbers. 


Size. 


DESCaiPTION. 


Per dozen. 
24 Keyed. 


103 

104 

105 

*119 

*513 


1 'A Inch. 
*% " 

2% " 
2% " 


Tumbler ......... Brass Key . 

" 11 11 

Heavy Tumbler Lock, Unpolished, with Chain for R. R. Cars and Switches, Brass Keys,' 
New Improved Tumbler Lock, Unpolished, Spring Cover . . . " 


$ 6 25 

7 SO 

9 25 

15 50 

II 25 



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MADE OF 




No. 813. 



No. 843. 



CAST BRONZE METAL. 





No. 8053. 




Numbers. 


Size. 


DESCRIPTION. 


Per dozen. 


813 


I Inch. 


Bronze Shackles, 3 Brass Tumblers, 54 Changes, 2 Nickel-Plated Flat Steel Keys 


$12 00 


8-23 


I* " 


3 " " 54 " 2 ' 


13 20 


833 


1* " 


3 " " 54 " 2 ' 


14 40 


843 


I* " 


4 " " 82 " 2 " " 


15 60 


863 


2 " 


4 " " 144 " 2 


17 40 


863 


2* " 


4 " " 144 " 2 


19 20 



AVitli Chain. 



8013 


1 Inch. 


Bronze Shackles, 3 Brass Tumblers, Brass Chain, 2 Nickel-Plated Flat Steel Keys 


$13 80 


Wi.t 


1* " 


3 2 ' " " . 


15 00 


8033 


I* " 


3 " " Tinned " 2 " " " " " 


16 20 


M48 


>'. " 


4 2 - 


17 40 


8053 


2 


4 2 


19 20 


8063 


*X " 


4 2 " . 


21 00 



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Deitz" Bronze Metal Spring Padlocks. 




No. 252. Style of Nos. 231 and 262. 



(1 3> 



No. 263, with Chain. 



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Numbers. 


Size. 


DESCRIPTION. 


Per dozen. 


331 
352 
363 
363 


1% Inch. 

2% " 

2% " 

2X " 


2 Tumblers, 2 Flat Steel Keys ......... 

3 " 2 " " " 

3 " 2 " " " 

3 " 2 " " " Tinned Chain ...... 


$10 00 

13 SO 
15 00 
17 40 



"HORSE SHOE" PATTERN" 

Bronze Metal Spring Padlocks. 




No. 610. 



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Number. 


Size. 


DESCRIPTION. 


Per dozen. 


610 


2% Inch. 


2 Flat Steel Keys . 


$7 So 



" CHAMPION " 

Bronze Metal Padlocks. 




No. 7. 



Numbers. 


Size. 


DESCRIPTION. 


Per dozen. 


7 

30 
30 


2% Inch. 

2'X " 
2>z " 


6 Tumblers, 2 Keys . 

6 " 2 " Nickel-Plfd 

7 " 2 " . 


$13 00 
14 00 
18 so 



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75 



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SPRING. 



SCANDINAVIAN. 






One Dozen in a Box. 



One Dozen in a Box. 



Numbers. 


Size. 


DESCBIPTION. 


Per dozen. 


20 


ft Inch. 


Brass 


$1 00 


21 


X " 


"... 


I 00 


22 


H " 


Nickel-Plated 


I 40 


23 


X " 


" 


I 40 



301 

302 
303 
304 



ft Inch. 

X " 

H " 

k " 



DESCRIPTION. 



Gilt 

Nickel-Plated 



Per dozen. 



$4 00 

6 50 

S 00 
8 00 



Small Padlocks 



WITH KEYS. 




No. 40, Brass. 

No. 51, Nickel-Plated. 





No. 41, Brass. 

No. 52, Nickel-Plated. 



No. 42. Brass. 



Numbers. 


Suss. 


Brass. 


Per dozen. 


40 
41 
42 
43 
44 
48 


ft Inch. 

X " 

I " 

ift " 

1* •• 
I ft " 


American Tattera ........... 

With Closing Key Hole ....... 

11 11 <i •' i« «• 


«3 75 

3 75 

4 20 

4 60 

5 00 
5 45 



51 
82 



Nickel-Plated. 



ft Inch. 

X " 



American Pattern 



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5 85 



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Brass and Iron Chest Locks. 



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No. 01. Style of No. 02. 



No. 050. 



No. 2. 




No. 39. Style of No. 40. 




No. 32. Style of Nos. 34 and 36. 



No. 8. 



Numbers. 


Size. 


Iron. 


Per dozen. 


2 


i'/ 2 Inch. 


^ Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin ........ 


$0 68 


8 


3 


1 Ward, % Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin ...... 


I 00 


13 


i'A " 


Same as No. S, Assorted, 6 Changes in a Dozen, Screwed ..... 


2 00 


32 


2 " 


1 Ward, )i Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin . . . . . . 


I 88 


34 


*<A " 


1 " Assorted, Fancy, 6 Changes in a Dozen, % In. from Selvedge to Key Pin 


2 12 


36 


3 


1 " " " 6 " " " 1 " " " " " " . 


2 37 


39 


3'A " 


1 " Fancy, all Different, Screwed, l'/i In. from Selvedge to Key Pin 


3 25 


40 


4 


> ' I* " • 


4 00 



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Brass. 



01 

02 

050 


1% Inch. 1 y% Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin ........ 

i# " \ H " " 

1% " 1 Square Selvedge, ;4 Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin ..... 


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75 
2 38 



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Iron Chest Locks. 




No. 53. Style of No. 56. 




No. 74. 




No. 7°- 



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Numbers. 


Sin. 


Double Link. 


Per dozen. 


58 

56 
»l 

re 


2 Inch. 

4 
4 


1 Ward, Tumbler. \, Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin ..... 
I " Fancy. Assorted, 6 Changes in a Dozen, J4 Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin, 
Screwed, 2 Secure Levers. Fine Flat Bow Keys, all Different, \% Inch from Selvedge 

tn Key Fin ........... 

Extra Heavy. Square Selvedge, Screwed, Solid Box, 4 Secure Levers, Fine Flat Bow 

Keys, all Different, flrass Escutcheons, 1% Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin 


$ 2 25 
2 62 

4 75 
10 00 



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Brass and Iron Self-Locking Chest Locks. 



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DOUBLE BITTED KEYS. 



Double Link. 




No. 80. 




No. 82. Style of No. 83. 



Numbers. 


Size. 


Iron. 


Per dozen. 


so 

82 
83 


2'A Inch. ■ 

4 
4 


Square Selvedge, Screwed, Solid Box, Secret Wards, Double Bitted Keys, all Different, 
Brass Escutcheons, Ji Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin .... 

Same as No. 80, iyi " " " 

Square Selvedge, Screwed, Solid Box, 4 Catches, Secret Wards, Double Bitted Keys, all 
Different, Brass Escutcheons, \}i Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin 


$4 75 
6 00 

8 00 



Brass. 



0-0 
083 



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2'/i Inch. 
4 



Same as No. 80 

" " " 83 



$ 6 25 
13 00 



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No. 063. 




No. 100. Style of Nos. 102 and 104. 





No. 105. Style of Nos. 106 to III. 



No. 124. Style of No. 130. 




Double Link. 




100 
102 
104 
105 

too 

10» 
111 
194 
ISO 



\'A Inch. 



^A 

*U 

3 

3A 
4 

'X 

3A 



Iron. 



Square Selvedge, Screwed, Solid Box, 2 Secure 

?4 Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin 
Square Selvedge, Screwed, Solid Box, 2 Secure 

% Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin 
Square Selvedge, Screwed, Solid Box, 2 Secure 

1 Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin 
Square Selvedge, Screwed, Solid Box, 2 Secure 

1 Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin 
Square Selvedge, Screwed, Solid Box, 2 Secure 

I A Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin . 
Square Selvedge, Screwed, Solid Box, 2 Secure 

1)4 Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin 
Square Selvedge, Screwed, Solid Box, 2 Secure 

1 A Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin . 
Square Selvedge, Screwed, Solid Box, 2 Secure 

1 Inch from Selvedge to Centre of Tube 
Square Selvedge. Screwed, Solid Box, 2 Secure 

1 ' 4 Inch from Selvddge to Centre of Tube 



Levers, Fine Flat Bow Keys, all Different, 
Levers, Fine Flat Bow Keys, all Different, 
Levers, Fine Flat Bow Keys, all Different, 
Levers, Fine Flat Bow Keys, all Different, 
Levers, Fine Flat Bow Keys, all Different, 
Levers, Fine Flat Bow Keys, all Different, 
Levers, Fine Flat Bow Keys, all Different, 
Levers, Solid Nickel Bit Keys, all Different, 
Levers, Solid Nickel Bit Keys, all Different, 



Brasss. 



All Bras 



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0«:t 



010T 
0112 



Inch. 



Square Selvedge, Solid Box, 1 Secure Lever, Fine Flat Bow Brass Keys, Assorted, 4 Changes 
in ■ Dozen. % Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin ...... 

Same as No. 106, Brass Keys ......... 



Per dozen. 


$3 00 


3 25 


3 SO 


3 75 


4 00 


4 50 


7 00 


7 00 


9 00 



OlOO 
0102 
0105 
OlOO 
0111 


1 % Inch. 

2 

3* " 

S 

4 


Same as No. 100 ........... 

" " " 102 .......... 

105 

' 106 .......... 

' III 


«3 50 

3 75 

4 25 
4 50 
8 00 



$ 3 00 

5 75 
10 00 



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Brass Chest Locks. 




No. 0150. 



No. 0153. Style of No. 0154. 



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No. 0158. Style of Nos. 0159 aud 0102. 



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NumberB. 


Size. 


1 >< nil >1. ■ JLink. 


Per dozen. 


0150 


iy z Inch. 


Square Selvedge, Screwed. Solid Box, 2 Secure 
fereut, -;± Inch from Selvedge lo Key Pin 


Levers, 


Fine Flat Bow Keys, all Dif- 


$ 9 00 


Ol 53 


2% " 


Square Selvedge, Screwed, Solid Box, 2 Secure 
ferent, 1 Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin . 


Levers, 


Fiue Flat Bow Keys, all Dif- 


10 00 


0154 


2% " 


Square Selvedge, Screwed, Solid Box, 3 Secure 
ferent, 1 Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin . 


Levers, 


Fiue Flat Bow Keys, all Dif- 


II 00 


0155 


3 


Square Selvedge, Screwed, Solid Box, 2 Secure 
fereut, i's Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin 


Levers, 


Fine Flat Bow Keys, all Dif- 


12 75 


0156 


3 


Square Selvedge, Screwed, Solid Box, 3 Secure 
ferent, i'/s Inch from Selvedge to Kev Tin 


Levers, 


Fine Flat Bow Keys, all Dif- 


14 So 


015S 


3'A " 


Square Selvedge, Screwed, Solid Box, 2 Secure 
fereut, 1(4 Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin 


Levers, 


Fine Flat Bow Keys, all Dif- 


'3 5° 


0159 
0162 


3^ " 
4 


Square Selvedge, Screwed, Solid Box, 3 Secure 

ferent, \% Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin 
Same as No. 0159 .... 


Levers, 


Fiue Flat Bow Keys, all Dif- 


15 00 

15 50 



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No. 205. 



No. 2S0. 



Numbers. 


Size. 


Iron. 


Per dozen. 


205 
280 


3 Inch. 
3 " 


Broad Bolt, 1 Ward, % Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin ..... 

Square Selvedge, Solid Box, Screwed, Broad Heavy Bolt, 2 Secure Levers, Fine Flat Bow 

Keys, all Different, }i Inch from Selvedge to Key Fin .... 


$1 25 

3 SO 


Brass. 


0380 


3 Inch. 


Same as No. 280 ........... 


$4 00 



Mortise Cupboard Locks. 



IV 




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No. 31a 




Numbers. 


Sin. 


Il-< >ll. 


Per dozen. 


810 
Ml 
319 


1 ( Inch. 


Brass Selvedge, Broad Heavy Bolt, Tumbler, >$ Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin 

n ;; - ;; ;; ;; ;; • 


$2 25 
2 25 
2 25 



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Brass and Iron Drawer Locks. 



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No. 403. 



No. 411. Style of No. 412. 




No. 413. 



No. 421, o. 



Numbers. 


Size. 


Iron. 


Per dozen. 


lot 
411 
412 
413 
421,0 


2% Inch. 

2% " 

2'/ 2 " 

*X " 

2% •> 


Double Brass Bolt, Screwed, 1 Ward, }{ Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin 

Broad Heavy Bolt, Tumbler, 2 Wards, 1 " " " " " " . 

2 " 1!+' ' 

' 2 " 1',' ' . . 

Square Brass Selvedge, Broad Heavy Bolt, Tumbler, 1 Ward, 1 % Inch from Selvedge to 
Middle of Key Hole ........... 


$2 12 
2 00 
2 25 
2 62 

I 50 



JBra^s. 



0411 
0412 
0413 


2'4 Inch. 

2% " 

2% " 


Same as No. 411 ........... 

:;;;;; 4i2 

' 4>3 


$2 75 
3 00 
3 25 



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Brass and Iron Drawer Locks. 




No. 450. 




No. 452. 





No. 463. Style of No. 456. 



No. 0484. 





Numbers. 


Size. 


450 


\% Inch. 


45* 


2 " 


456 


2% " 


MS 


*X " 



Iron. 



Square Selvedge, Solid Box, Screwed, 2 Secure Levers, Fiue Flat Bow Keys, all Different, 

}i Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin ........ 

Square Selvedge, Solid Box, Screwed, Heavy Bolt, 2 Secure Levers, Fine Flat Bow Keys, 

all Different, Sjj Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin ...... 

Square Selvedge, Solid Box, Screwed, Broad Heavy Bolt, 2 Secure Levers, Fine Flat Bow 

Keys, all Different. *s Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin ..... 
Square Selvedge. Solid Square Box, Screwed, Broad Heavy Bolt, 2 Secure Levers, Fine. Flat 

Bow Keys, all Different, y& Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin .... 



Brass. 



Per dozen. 



$3 00 
3 00 
3 25 
3 SO 



0450 
OI.VJ 
0I..U 
04 <»l 



iji Inch. 
2 

2% " 

*H " 



Same as No. 450 ........... 

45* 

" " " 456 . 

Square Selvedge, Solid Square Brass Box, Screwed, Broad Heavy Bolt, 3 Secure Levers, 
Fine Flat Bow Keys, all Different, ft Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin 



$ 4 00 
4 00 
4 00 

11 50 



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Brass and Iron Drawer Locks. 




No. 500. 



Brass. 



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Numbers. 


Size. 


Iron. 


Per dozen. 


500 


2}{ Inch. 


Self-Locking, Square Selvedge, Solid Square Box, Screwed, Broad Heavy Bolt, 2 Secure 
Levers, Pine Flat Bow Keys, all Different, 2 Keys to each Lock, 1 Inch from Selvedge 
to Key Pin ........... 


$7 00 



0500 
0.336 



©548 



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2}^ Inch. 



*u 



Same as No. 500, 24 Keyed ......... 

Square Selvedge, Solid Square Brass Box, Screwed, Broad Heavy Bolt, 2 Secure Levers, 

Fine Flat Bow Keys, 2 Keys to each Lock, all Different, }i Inch from Selvedge 

to Key Pin .....'..... 

Square Selvedge, Solid Square Brass Box, Screwed, Broad Heavy Bolt, 4 Secure Levers, 

Fine Flat Bow Keys, 2 Keys to each Lock, all Different, % Inch from Selvedge 

to Key Pin . 



$ 8 00 

8 75 
i S 50 



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85 



=\ 




No. 572. 





No. 600. 




Numbers. 


Size. 


Iron. 


Per dozen. 


573 
873 

577 
590 
600 


2# Inch. 
*<A " 
*X " 

IX " 

2X " 


Square Selvedge, Solid Square Box, Screwed, Broad Heavy Bolt, 2 Secure Levers, Solid 
Nickel Bit Keys, all Different, 5<i Inch from Selvedge to Centre of Tube 

Square Selvedge, Solid Square Box, Screwed, Broad Heavy Bolt, 2 Secure Levers, Solid 
Nickel Bit Keys, all Different, js Inch from Selvedge to Centre of Tube 

Square Selvedge, Solid Square Box, Screwed, Broad Heavy Bolt, 2 Secure Levers, Solid 
Nickel Hit Keys, all Different, % Inch from Selvedge to Centre of Tube 

Broad Heavy Bolt, 2 Secure Levers, 2 Nickel-Plated Flat Steel Keys to each Lock, all 
Different, made for ~/s Inch Wood, % Inch from Selvedge to Centre of Cylinder . 

Square Selvedge, Solid Square Box, Screwed, Broad Heavy Bolt, 3 Secure Levers, 2 Nickel- 
Plated Flat Steel Keys to each Lock, all Different, made for J^ Inch Wood, ft Inch 
from Selvedge to Centre of Cylinder ....... 


$4 25 
4 25 
4 75 
4 So 

6 50 



Brans. 



V, 



0574 


*X Itioli. 


Same as No. 572 


057» 


2% " 


573 


0590 


I,V " 


590, All Brass 


OOOO 


2* " 


' 600 



$5 25 
S 2S 
5 00 
7 00 



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Brass and Iron Till Locks. 




No. 622. Style of Nos. 620 and 626. 



No. 629. Style of No. 631. 




No. 637. Style of Nos. 634 to 636. 



Numbers. 


Size. 


Iron. 


Per dozen. 


620 


i'/i Inch. 


'/ 2 Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin ..... 


3 Keyed. 


4 Keyed. 


6 Keyed. 


12 Keyed. 








$0 68 


622 


2 " 


1 Ward, % Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin 








88 


626 


*<A •• 


Double Key Hole, % Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin 


$0 40 


$0 43 


$0 50 


66 


629 


2% " 


Polished Cap, 1 Ward ...... 


70 


73 


So 


95 


631 


2# " 


Unpolished Cap, % Inch from Selvedge to Key Pin . 


70 


74 


82 


I 00 


634 


2>A " 


Broad Bolt, 1 Ward, Double Key Hole, 1 Inch from Selvedge to 














Key Pin . 


I 00 


1 03 


I 10 


I 30 


635 


2% " 


Brass Selvedge, Broad Bolt, 1 Ward, Double Key Hole, 1 Inch from 














Selvedge to Key Pin ...... 


I 20 


1 24 


I 30 


1 S o 


636 


2% " 


Broad Bolt, 1 Ward, Double Key Hole, 1 % Inch from Selvedge to 














Key Pin ........ 


I 10 


1 14 


I 20 


I 40 


637 


2^ " 


Broad Heavy Bolt, 1 Ward, Double Key Hole, i}i Inch from 














Selvedge to Key Pin ...... 


I 20 


1 24 


I 30 


1 55 



Brass. 



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0636 2)4 Inch. Same as No. 636 



$1 80 



$1 84 



$1 90 



$2 10 



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No. 700. Style of Nos. 702 to 706. 




No. 718. Style of Nos. 720 to 723 



No. 740. Style of No. 741. 




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Mo. 742. Style of No. 743. No. 0750. Style of No. 0752. 




Numbers. 


Size. 


Iron. 


Per dozen. 


700 


1%X < 4 III. 


Solid Square Box, Bolt shoots right and left, Tumbler, Fine Flat Bow Keys . 


$1 5° 


702 


2^X1', " 


" " " " " ■' •' " " 


I 5° 


704 


3 xi-' t " 


" " " " " " " " " 


I 00 


706 


3 3" J 4 " 


1 Ward, Tumble* .... 


1 7S 


71§ 


2 x K " 


Solid Square Box, Brass Bolt, shoots right and left, 2 Secure Levers, Fine Flat Bow Keys, 








all Different ....... 


4 00 


740 


i\*'!4 " 


Solid Square Box, Heavy Brass Bolt, shoots right and left, 2 Secure Levers, Fine Flat Bow 








Keys, all Different ...... 


3 SO 


72* 


3 xitf " 


Solid Square Box, Screwed, Heavy Brass Bolt, shoots right and left, 2 Secure Levers, Fine 








Flat Bow Keys, all Different ........ 


4 00 


723 


3 «* " 


Solid Square Box. Heavy Iron Bolt, shoots right and left, 2 Secure Levers, Fine Flat Bow 








Keys, all Different .......... 


3 2 5 


74© 


2 x H " 


Same as No. 720, Solid Nickel Bit Keys, all Different ..... 


4 2 5 


741 


2<A*i'4 " 


" " " 720, " ......,.,, 


4 75 


742 


3 xiV " 


II 11 ■< y 22 ^ II II II ., ., ,1 


5 2 5 


743 


3^x2 


722, " " " " " " 


6 00 



Brass. 



070© i^xV In. Same as No. 700 



$2 00 



All Brass. 



0710 
©741 
©742 
0743 
©75© 



07.12 



2 x "s In. 

2>zXl}C " 

3 XI* " 
3«xa " 

2#XI* " 



3*4x2 



Same as No. 740 .......... 

74' 

" " " 742 

" " " 743 . 
Solid Box, Screwed, Broad Heavy Bolt, shoots right and left, 2 Secure Levers, 
2 Nickel-Plated Flat Steel Keys to each Lock, all Different, Cylinders, 3 Lengths in 
each dozen, for %, 1 and 1% Wood ....... 

Same as No. 0750 .... . . . . . . . 



* 5 50 
6 00 

6 7S 

7 75 

8 00 
10 00 



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Number. 


Size. 


Brass. 


Per dozen. 


©566 


3 Inch. 


Solid Square Brass Box, Screwed, Broad Heavy Bolt, 3 Secure Levers, Fine Flat Bow Keys, 
2 Keys to each Lock, all Different, 1 Iuch from Selvedge to Key Pin 


$13 5° 



Chiffonier Locks. 




No. 0S06. 



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Number. 


Size. 


Brass. 


rer dozen. 


0806 


3X XI X in- 


High Pin and Tube, 2 Secure Levers, Gold-Plated Keys, made Regular for % Inch Wood, 


$8 00 



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CHEST. 




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No. 520. 



520 
522 



2x4 Inch. 

2x4 " 



All Brass. 



Finished Brass Case, \){ Inch Nickel-Plated Tube, with 2 New Corrugated Keys 

iyi ' 2 



89 



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$28 20 
28 20 




No. 5*0. 



No. 905. 



No. 945- 



510 
512 

»05 

915 



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l#X2 % III. 
I#X2", " 

1 in. Diam. 

i>ixj in. 



All Brass. 



Finished Brass Case, % Inch Nickel-riated Tube, with 2 New Corrugated Keys 

1 " ' 2 " 

Round Finished Brass Case, I Inch Brass Tube, 2 Tumblers, 12 Changes, with 2 Nickel- 
Plated Steel Keys, and Link Plate ........ 

Round Finished Brass Case. 1 Inch Brass Tube. 2 Tumblers. 12 Changes, with 2 Nickel- 
Plated Steel Keys, and Brass Striking Plate ...... 



$14 40 
14 40 

8 50 

8 00 



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"Yale" Locks. 



CUPBOARD. 




No. 500. Style of 510, 512 and 516. 
Ifor Either "Hand." 





No. 516, S. 
Specify "Hand" Wanted. 



-.00 

510 
512 
516 
516, S 



2x2 Inch. 

iTLiyi " 

2X1^ " 
2XlK " 
2X1^ " 



All Brass. 



Finished Brass Case, I Inch Nickel-Plated Tube, with 2 New Corrugated Keys 



'X 



and Strike 



Per dozen. 



$19 20 
16 20 
16 20 
16 20 
19 20 



When Ordering ]N~o. GIG, S Loelta, Specify "Hand" Desired. 



DRAWER. 




No. 560. Style of Nos. 562 to 5S2. 



No. 920. Style of Nos. 921 to 925. No. 961. Style of No. 965. 



560 
562 
570 
572 
580 
5§2 
920 

921 

925 
961 

965 



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i^x2iCIn. 

I#X2X " 

2^X2# " 

2#X2# " 

2^X2# " 

2#X2# " 

2 In. Diaui. 



I#x2 
1^x2 



In. 



All Brass. 



Finished Brass Case, % Inch Nickel-Plated Tube, with 2 New Corrugated Keys 

" 2 



X 
1 



Round Finished Brass Case, '/£ Inch Nickel - Plated Tube, 2 Tumblers, 12 Changes, 
with 2 Nickel-Plated Steel Keys ........ 

Same as No. 920, </ z Inch Brass Tube ....... 

" " " 920, 1 " " " . 

Finished Brass Case, '/i Inch Brass Tube, 2 Tumblers, 12 Changes, with 2 Nickel-Plated 
Steel Keys ........... 

Finished Brass Case, 1 Inch Brass Tube, 2 Tumblers, 12 Changes, with 2 Nickel-Plated 
Steel Keys 



Per dozen. 


$13 


20 


13 


20 


16 


20 


16 


20 


18 


00 


18 


00 


8 


SO 


7 


00 


7 


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No. jj}4. 



No. 47. Style of No. 49. 



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ij^xi^x »/ la Inch. 



Mortise. 



Solid Bronze, Plated Escutcheon, 4 Tumblers, 2 Flat German Silver Keys 



$10 00 



Rim. 




Bronze Case, Brass Back, 2 Tumblers, 12 Changes, 2 Flat German Silver Keys, 
for i/i Inch Wood ........ 

Bronze Case, Brass Back, 2 Tumblers, 12 Changes, Plated Tube, 2 Flat German 
Silver Keys, for % Inch Wood . ..... 




"Dietz" Drawer or Cupboard Locks. 





No. 51. 



No. 87. 



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Numbers. 


Size. 


Wrought Brass. 


Per dozen. 


51 


2 xl^Iu. 


For fi Inch Wood, 3 Tumblers, 2 Flat Steel Keys ...... 


$7 20 



Cast Brass. 



87 2"4'xi^In. For ft Inch Wood, 3 Tumblers, 2 Flat Steel Keys 



$9 60 



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"Boliaiman" Combination Locks. 

DRAWER AND CUPBOARD. 




No. 1S1. 



Number. 


Size. 


Oi v st Bronze Metal. 


Ter dozen. 


181 


2ji Inch. 


Beautifully Finished, Capable of Making 500 or more Changes, Combination Changed 
without Taking the L.ock off the Drawer or Cupboard ..... 


$17 00 



SELF-LOCKING CASH DRAWER AND CUPBOARD. 




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No. 192. 




Number. 


Size. 


Oast Bronze Metal. 


Per dozen. 


192 


2jjf Inch. 


3 Brass Tumblers, 


2 Nickel-Plated Steel Keys, Patent Catch Entering Back of Lock 


$14 00 



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Number. 


Size. 


IrOH. Per dozen. 


1100 


4x2 In. 


All Japauued ..... 


$1 25 



Above Loclc is made witli SprilSg to throw open Hasp 
wlien unlocked. 



No. 1 100. 



Surface Trunk Locks. 



WITH PIiA.TK. 



Numbers. 


Size. 


Iron. 


Per dozen 


1130 
11IO 


3\- I»cl' 
4 


All Japanned 


$1 75 
2 00 



1 Srass. 



ISSO iYz Inch. Brass Plate, Brass-Plated Lock, $3 5° 



Above Cooks .u.- made with Spring t.> tlnow 
open 1L:>.~i> when unlocked. 



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Number. 


Size. 


Iron. 


Per dozen. 


1110 


4x2^ In. 


Japanned .... 


$1 50 



Above Lock is made With Spring to ihrow open 
Hasp w lien ui il< >eked. 



No. 1 1 10. 



Surface Trunk Locks. 



WITH FL.ATVK. 



Number. 


Size. 


Brass. 


Per dozen. ; 


1345 


4 Inch. 


Brass Plate, Brass-Plated 
Lock 


«4 25 ! 



Above Lock is made with Spring to throw 
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Star" Trunk Locks. 



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Surface Trunk Locks. 



Numbers. 


Size. 


Iron. 


Per dozen. 


1105 
1108 


4^xiK In- 
4&x 1 % In. 


Japanned 

Tinned .... 


$2 00 

2 75 



Numbers. 


Size. 


Iron. 


Per dozen. 


401 

402 
403 


9» x 3 >£ In. 
3 *3H " 
3XX4K " 


Japanned 
Tinned . . . 


$3 00 

3 SO 

4 50 


Brass. 


501 
509 

503 


*X*3)i In. 

3 *3# " 
3**4>i " 




$4 00 

5 00 

6 00 



Above Looks are made with. Spring to throw 
open Hasp wlien u.iiloclsed.. 



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Bronze Metal Key Blanks. 



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ALL FULL SIZE ILLUSTRATIONS. 




No. 20. Per Dozen, $4 00 





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Nos. 105 
Per Dozen, $3 00 



109 

2 75 




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All, FULL SIZE ILLUSTRATIONS. 



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Nos. 40S 
Per Dozen, $i 50 



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Bronze Metal Key Blanks. 



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Nos. 340 
Per Dozen, $1 75 








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Nos. 377 
Per Dozen, $2 00 






407 

I 40 



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Bronze Metal Key Blanks. 



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99 



ALL PULL SIZE ILLUSTRATIONS. 






Nos. 412 
Per Dozen, $i 40 



456 

1 10 



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463 

I 10 




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530 

1 So 





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Nos. 64.5 
Per Dozen, $1 40 

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651 

1 SO 






685 

1 75 



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ALL FULL, SLZE ILLUSTRATIONS. 




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Nos. 693 
Per Dozen, $i 40 







709 

1 40 



718 

1 10 



728 
1 10 





No. 755. Per Dozen, $2 00 



No. 804. Folding, Per Dozen, $6 00 



Tinned Malleable Iron Key Blanks. 



ALL FULL SIZE ILLUSTRATIONS. 




No. 1600. Per Dozen, $0 40 



No. 1604. Per Dozen, $0 40 






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ALL FULL SIZE ILLUSTRATIONS. 




Nos. 1606 
Per Dozeu, $0 40 



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Nos. 1831 
Per Dozen, $0 40 



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1 839 

40 



1838 

40 



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No. 1941. Per Dozen, $0 40 




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No. 1923. Per Dozen, $0 40 



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Nos. 601 
Per Dozen, $2 00 




Nickel-Plated Steel Key Blanks. 



»t,T, FULL SIZE ILLUSTRATIONS 




Malleable Iron Door Keys. 

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ALL FULL SIZE ILLUSTHATIONS. 



Class Nos. 152 
Per Dozen, $o 40 










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103 




ALL FULL SIZE ILLUSTRATIONS. 




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2453 Brass 



2487 



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2488 



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Nos. 2497 



2500 



2500^ 



2501 




2559 



2589 



Padlock, Cupboard, Till and Trunk Blanks. 



PADLOCK KEYS AND BLANKS. 
Nos. 

34 Bronze Metal Blanks 



CUPBOARD. TILL AND TRUNK KEYS AND BLANKS. 



35 Iron Blanks 

30 Iron Cut Keys, Assorted, 00000 to 5 

37 Iron Cut Keys, Assorted, 00000 to 6 

38 Iron Cut Keys, Assorted, 00000 to 8 



Ter Gross. Nos. 

$15 00 44 Wardrobe . 

45 Chest, Large . 

12 °° 40 Chest, Small 

3 25 47 Cupboard 

48 Cabinet 

49 Till . 

4 15 50 Trunk, Assorted, Large . 



3 75 



Per Gross. 

84 75 
5 00 
3 75 
3 75 
3 75 
3 25 
5 00 



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No. 300. Square Bolts. 




Half Size Cut of 8 Inch. 

Steel Spring, Japanned Plate, Polished Bolt. 

Inch, 3 4 5 6 789 



Per Dozen, $0 85 



1 o S 



1 SS 



2 62 



3 12 



3 65 



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No. 320. Square Neck Bolts. 




Half Size Cut of 7 Inch. 

Steel Spring, Japanned Plate, Polished Bolt. 

Inch, 4 5 6 

Per Dozen, $1 20 1 60 2 40 



No. 362. Barrel Bolts. 




Half Size Cut of 7 Inch. 

Japanned. Brass Knob, Polished Bolt. 

Inch, 3 4 5 

Per Dozen, $1 00 I 12 1 45 

The 3 Inch has a Wrought Bolt. 



6 
1 80 



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No. 462. Barrel Bolts. 




Inch, 3 
Per Dozen, $2 90 



Full Size Cut of 3 Inch. Talented. 

Berlin Bronzed. 

"Wrought Iron Bolt. Bronze Metal Knob. Packed with Screws. 

4 
3 20 



5 
3 80 



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Half Size Cut of 7 Inch. 

Steel Spring, Japanned. Plate, Polished Bolt. 



Inch, 6 

Per Dozen, $2 85 



7 
3 75 



4 00 



6 50 



7 00 



I05 



No. 315. Wrought Iron Spring Bolts. 




Full Size Cut of 3 Inch. 

"Wrought Iron, Japanned Plate, Polished Bolt. 



Inch, 2 
Per Dozen, $1 10 



I 20 



3 
1 35 



3'A 
I 60 



No. 325. Wrought Iron Neck Bolts. 




Full Size Cut of 3 Inch. 

Wrought Iron, Japanned Pinto, Polislied Bolt. 



Inch, 2'/i 
Per Dozen, $1 20 



3 
1 35 



3% 
1 60 



4 
1 80 



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No. 367. Wrought Iron Barrel Bolts. 




Full Size Cut of 4 Inch. 

Brass Knob. Japanned Plate, Polished Bolt. 



Inch, 3 
Per Dozen, $2 15 



4 
2 45 



5 
3 00 



6 
3 4° 



6 50 



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No. 481. Chain Bolts. 




Full Size Cut of 3 Inch. Patented. 




Berlin Bronzed. Packed with Screws, 




Inch, 346 


8 


Dozen, $4 20 4 60 6 00 


7 50 




No. 490. Bottom Bolts. 




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Full Size Cut of 3 Inch. Patented. 



Berlin Bronzed. Backed with Screws. 



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Inch, 3 
Per Dozen, $3 20 



4 
3 60 



6 
S 00 



8 
6 50 



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No. 383. Chain Bolts. 




Inch, 3 
Per Dozen, $3 10 



Half Size Cut of 8 Inch. 

Extra Heavy, Full Case, Japanned. 

4 6 8 

3 75 4 So S 60 



10 
7 80 



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No. 491. Foot Bolts. 




Berlin Bronzed. Packed with. Screws. 

Inch, 6 8 

Per Dozen, $5 50 6 30 

No. 391. Spring Foot Bolts. 




Inch, 6 
Per Dozen, $4 40 



Hall Size Cut of 6 Inch. Patented. 

Japanned. 

8 
5 40 



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No. 515. Wrought Brass Spring Bolts. 




Inch, 2 

Per Dozen, $2 25 

No. 525. 



Full Size Cut of 3 Inch. 

All Brass, Polished. 

z'A 3 

2 70 3 25 



4 00 



Wrought Brass Neck Bolts. 




Inch, 2^ 
Per Dozen, $2 70 



Pull Size Cut of 3 inch. 

All Brass, Pol i s h ed. 

3 3% 

3 25 4 00 



4 
4 30 



No. 563. "Elm City" Brass Barrel Bolts. 





Full Size Cut of 4 Inch. 

Heavy. Polished and Lacquered Porcelain Knob. Bent Staple. 

Inch, 3456 

Per Dozen, $8 00 10 00 12 00 14 00 

No. 570. Cast Brass Barrel Bolts. 




No. 570. Full Size Cut of 2*4 Inch. 

Wrought Iron Bolt, Polished and Lacquered, Brass Knob. 

Inch, 345 

Per Dozen, $5 50 7 00 8 00 



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No. 581. Cast Brass Chain Bolts. 




Polished and Lacquered. 



Inch, 2 
Per Dozen, $9 25 



3 
II 00 



4 
13 So 



No. 500. Cast Brass Square Bolts. 




No. 500. Full Size Cut of 4 Inch. 

Polished and Lacquered. 



Inch, 3 
Per Dozen, $6 00 



4 
8 00 



5 
10 00 



6 
11 25 



109 



No. 522. Cast Brass Neck Bolts. 




Full Size Cut of 4 Inch. 



Polished and Lacquered. 



Inch, 3 

Per Dozen, $7 50 



4 
9 So 



5 
12 00 



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No. 582. Reverse Bevel Chain Bolts. 



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3 Inch, Cast Brass, Polished and Lacquered 



Per Dozen, $13 50 



The above are for the inside or Cupboard and. Book Case Doors, where 

Double Doors are used. 



Chain Door Fastenings. 




-A.11 furnished with Strong Chains 



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No. 36. 6 Inch, Japanned ............ Per Dozen, $ 4 00 

No. 64. 4 " Cast Brass ........... " " 12 00 

No. 66. 6 " " " . . . . . . . . . " " 15 00 

Extra Heavy. 

No. 74. 4 Inch, Cast Brass ........... Per Dozen, $16 00 

No. 76. 6 " " " . . . . . . " " 20 00 



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No. 30. 3/8 Inch Wide. 

Inch, 2 2)£ 

Per Dozen, $o 90 1 00 



No. 30. Full Size Cut of 2^ Inch 



POLISHED AND LACQUERED. 



No. 4=0. 1/2 Inch Wide. 
Inch, 3 4 

Per Dozen, $1 40 1 80 



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Heavy. Sunk Thumb Piece, Strike Plates. 

POLISHED AJSTD LACQUSEED. 



No. 50. 5/3 Inch Wide. 
Inch, 468 
Per Dozen, $2 80 3 80 5 50 



No. 60. 3/4 Inch Wide. 

Inch, 4 6 8 10 

Per Dozen, $3 20 4 20 6 00 8 00 





Extra Heavy. Sunk Thumb Piece, Strike Plates. 

POLISHES!) .vls T D LACQUEEED. 

No. 85. 1 Inch Wide. 

Inch, 6 8 10 12 15 18 24 
Per Dozen, $7 50 9 00 11 00 13 50 16 00 20 00 25 00 



( last Brass Ship Flush Bolts. 



N<>. SO. 




Heavy. 



Sunk Thumb Piece, Polished and Lacquered. 



[g Inch 



Per Dozen, $3 50 
. " " 4 00 



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No. 504. Cast Brass Square Cased Bolts. 



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Porcelain Knob, Oast Brass, Polished and Lacquered. 



Inch, 2>£ 
Per Dozen, $6 50 



3 
8 50 



4 
10 70 



( hipboard Bolts. 





Full Size Cut of No. 205. 

< lasl Brass. 

No. 1201. 2' 4 Inch, C:ist brass, Polished and Lacquered, Brass Knob 
No. 205. 2 ' 4 " " " " " " Porcelain Knob 

1 Berlin Bronzed. 
No. 'fit. Bronze Metal Knob. Packed with Screws 



Full Size Cut of No. 221. Patented. 



Per Dozen, $5 40 
5 40 

Per Dozen, $2 50 



Lever ( Jupboard ( Jatches. 




Pall size Cut of No. 6535. Patented, 

Patent Fastened Porcelain Knob. 
No. tt.vjs. Cast Brass, Polished and lacquered, Porcelain Knob . 



Ter Dozen, $3 3s 



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Rural Cupboard Catches. 




Full Size Cut of No. 30; 



No. 302. Japanned, Brass Knob . 
No. 307. " Porcelain Knob 



Per Gross, $10 50 
" " 14 00 



Cupboard Catcbes, 




Full Size Cut of No. 262. Talented. 



Full Size Cut of No. 267. Patented. 



Patenl Triangular Bolt. 

No. 262. Tuscan Bronzed, Bronze Metal Knob, Packed with Screws . 
No. 267. " " Porcelain Knob, " " " 



Per Gross, $17 00 
" " 17 00 




Full Size Cut of No. 493. Patented. 

Patent Triangular Bolt. 

No. 493. Berlin Bronzed, Packed with Screws ... 



Per Gross, $16 oo 



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Full Size Cut of No. 2501. Patented. 

Patent Triangular Bolt, Wrcraglit Brass Plato, Cast Brass Knob. 

Nos. 2500 2501 2502 

Per Gross, $16 00 18 00 22 00 

Cast Brass Cupboard Catches. 




Full Size Cut of No. 507. Patented. 

Patent Triangular Bolt. 

No. 507. Cast Brass, Polished and Lacquered, Porcelain Knob 

No. 2516. " " Porcelain Knob ...... 

No. 2517. " " " " . 



Full Size Cut of No. 2516. Patented. 



Per Gross, $55 00 

36 00 

" " 40 00 



Flush Ring Show Case Catches. 



Cast Brass Show Case Catches. 

Bin 




Full Size Cut. 

Patent Triangular Bolt. 

No. 25. Cast Brass, Polished and Lacquered, Per Gross, $54 00 



Elbow Catches. 




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Full Size Cut. 
No. 2:1. Cast Brass, Polished and Lacquered, Per Gross, $69 00 



.1 apanned. 

No. 6300 Per Dozen, $1 20 



Oust Brass. 

No. 6500 . Per Dozen, $3 75 



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French Window Catches. 



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Full Size Cut of No. 3210. Patented. 



Full Size Cut of No. 3215. Patented. 



Patent Triangular Bolt. 



TJroiasse Metal Knob. 

No. 3210. Tuscan Bronzed . Per Gross, $14 00 

No. 3211. " " " " IS SO 

No. 3212. " " " " 17 00 

( lost UlVi^.x. 



Porcelain BlUOD. 

No. 3215. Tuscan Bronzed . Per Cross, $14 00 

No. 3216. " " . . " " 15 50 

No. 3217. " " " " 17 00 

Nick.l-I'l.il.d. 





Full SizegCtlt of No. 3505. Pull Size Cut of No. 3721. Patented. 

Patenl Triangulai- Bolt. 

Porcelain Kih.i.. Nickel-Plated Knob. 



No. 3505. Cast Brass 



Per Cross, $39 00 



No. 3700. Square Edges, with Screws, Per Cross, $8 1 00 
No. 3721. Beveled " " " " " no 00 



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Transom ( latches. 

Patenl TrtniiLiiilar Bolt. Bronze Mdal Ring. 





Full Size Cut of Nos. 3242 and 3442. Patented. 

ALL PACKED "WITH SCREWS. 

Tusuan Bronzed. 
Nos. 3240 3211 3212 

Per Gross, $15 50 17 00 18 50 

Berlin Bronatfed. 
Nos. 3440 3441 

Per Gross, $17 25 18 75 



Full Size Cut of No. 3243. 



3243 

20 00 



3442 

20 25 



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Full Size Cut of No. 4230. Patented. 



Full Size Cut of No. 4432. Patented. 



Patent Triangular Bolt. 



No. 4230. Tuscan Bronzed Knob, with Screws 



uscan Ml'nnzprl. 



ISei'liti Bronzed. 



No. 4430. Bronze Metal Knob, with Screws 
No. 4433. " " T Handle, with Screws 



Per Dozen, $3 00 

Per Dozen, $4 40 
" " 4 60 





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[■'nil Size Cut of No ijt" 'Urlin Bronzed. 

Patenl Triangular Bolt. 

Berlin Bronzed. 
No. 1 1 10. Beveled Edges, Bronze Metal Knob, with Screws 

( \a&\ Brass. 
No. 151.1. Polished and Lac queied , Patent Fastened Porcelain Knob 



Full Size Cut of No. 4515. Patented 



Per Dozen, $5 25 



Per Dozen, Sio 00 



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TUSCAN BRONZED. 




Full Size Cut ol Knobs for 6220 and 6244. 



REGULAR STRIKE. 



REVERSE STRIKE. 





Full Size Cut of Nos. 6220 and 6222. Patented. Full Size Cut of Nos. 6244 and 6246. Patented. 

Patent Triangular Bolt. 

WITH STOP. 
ITor Doors 7/8 to X3/8 Inches Thiols. Size or Ijaleli ;2i/4xl7/s Ixxohes. 

Ivciriilar Strike. 



No. 6220. Tuscan Bronzed Knobs, with Screws 
No. 6222. Bronze Metal ' 



Per Dozen, $ 5 00 
10 50 



Reverse Strike. 



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No. 6244. Tuscan Bronzed Knobs, with Screws 
No. 6246. Bronze Metal " " " 



Per Dozen, $ 5 00 
10 50 



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REAL BRONZE METAL. 




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Pull Size Cut of Nos. 7842 and 7942. Patented. 
BKVBBSK STRIKE. 

Patent Triangular Bolt. 

WITH STOP. 
For Doors 7/8 to I3/8 I110h.es Thick. Size "t Latoh 'Ji)«l?' 8 Inches. 

Lifiht Bronze. 

(Natural Color.) 

No. 7842. Bronze Metal Knobs, with Screws Per Dozen, $23 50 

* " Imperial" Bronze. 

No. 7942. "Imperial" Bronze Knobs, with Screws Per Dozen, $23 50 

•"Imperial."— Kaised Svu-f&oe in Polished Natural Color, with Black Baokcroand. 



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No. 810. Wrought Iron Table. Butts. 



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Inch, % 
Per Dozen Pairs, $0 43 




Pull Size Cut of 1% Inch, Table Butts. 



45 o 50 



o 55 



o 60 



o 65 



o 70 o 75 



2 
o 85 



No. 838. 
"Wrought Iron Light Narrow Buds. 




Full Size Cut of 2 Inch. 



No. 800. 
Wrought Iron Regular Narrow "Butts. 




Full Size Cut of 2 Inch. 



Inch, % i i% ijl£ iji 2 1% 2>/ z 3 Inch, 2 x% 2'A 3 i'A 4 A'A 5 

Per Doz. Pairs, $0 28 o 32 o 36 43 o 50 o 60 66 72 90 Per Doz. Pairs, $0 60 o 66 o 72 o 90 I 44 1 92 2 70 3 30 



No. 814. Wrought Iron Regular Bach Flaps. 



Inch, % 

Per Dozen Pairs, $0 45 




Pull size Cut ot 1% Inch, Hack Flaps. 



o 47 5° 



55 



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o 60 65 o 70 o 75 



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80 o 90 



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No. 810. Wrought Iron Square Back Flaps. 

Inch, 1 114 1 14 ij4 \>/ z ift i% 

Per Dozen Pairs, $0 45 o 50 o 55 60 o 65 o 70 o 75 



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Width Open, 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


Per Dozen Pairs, 


$i 6o 


I 90 


2 10 


2 50 


3 10 


Size of Screw, No. 


8 


9 


9 


10 


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No. 820. Wrought Iron Chest Hinges. 




Full Size Cut or \% Inch. 
Inch, i'/i 

Per Dozen Pairs, $1 08 

Inside of Bend to Centre of Pin, Inch, 15/16 



2 
1 44 



No. 1812. Galvanized Wash-Tray Hinges. 




3 90 



With Brass Pins. 

IPOR rilK PURPOSE [NTKNDBD, AS GOOD \s Al.I. BRASS. 

One Size Only. 

JX4'4 Inch, when Open, .......... Per Dozen Pairs, $3 00 

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No. 50. Loose Joint Cast Butts. 



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Broad. 

Inch, 2x2 2^X2 2>£x2j£ 3 X2 ^ 3x3 3^x3 3'/ 2 x.3'A 4x4 4^x4^ 5x5 5Kx5/^ f> x6 

Per Dozen Pairs, $1 00 1 20 1 35 1 60 1 75 2 15 2 35 2 90 4 00 S S° 6 SO 7 60 

Above sent half RIGHT and half EjHJBT Sand, unless otherwise ordered. 



No. 840. Wrought Iron Loose Pin Butts. 



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Inch, \% 
Per Dozen Pairs, $0 56 

Inch, 2x2 
Per Dozen Pairs, $1 10 




Full Size Cut of 2 Inch Light Narrow. 

Light Narrow, "Loose Pin. 

I V 2 

65 o 78 

Regular, Loose Pin. 

2x2^ 2^x2^ 3x2^ 3x3 3K*3K 

1 20 I 32 i 68 1 86 2 70 



*% 


*'A 


86 


94 


4x4 


A%*\% 5x5 


3 30 


4 25 s 50 



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No. 159. Loose Joint Acorn Tip Butts. 



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JAPANNED. 



SILVERED ACORNS. 



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Drilled. 




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Sii'cl Washer. 



Pllll SUM Cut ol No, 159, 3x3. 

Inch, 2x2 2^X2 2^x2' ; 3*.*)4 .ix.i j'.kj 3H*iH 4x4 4'ix4'. 5x5 5x6 5'4^5'i 6x6 

Ter Doz. Pairs, $6 40 6 80 7 00 7 20 7 30 8 30 8 80 to 00 10 80 13 30 14 80 14 80 16 80 

Al>"vi' sent hall RIGHT and 1 ■ .- 1 1 1 I.KI' T II.ukI. >nili«« otherwise ordered. 

No. 200. Loose Joint Cast Parliament Butts. 




Size, 2 'j Inch when Open 



Per Dozen Pairs, $1 00 



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Loose Pin Acorn Tip Butts. 



DRILLED. 



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Nos. 142, 143 and 146. Full Size Cut 



of 3x3 Inches. 



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EITHER RIGHT OR LIDBT HANI). 

No. 142 not Japanned. With Acorns. 

Inch, 2x2 2.!<x2 2!4x2'4 2,X2<4 3x3 3^x3 V:x,V. 4x4 4^X4K 5x5 5^x5^ 6x6 
Per Dozen Pairs, $i oo i 20 1 35 1 60 1 75 2 15 2 35 2 90 4 00 S 50 6 50 7 60 

No. 1-43 Japanned Butt. Japanned Acorns. 

Inch, 2x2 254x2 2)4x2$ 3X2J4 3x3 yixs'i 4x4 4^*4^ 5x5 5'A^S'A 6x6 
Per Dozen Pairs, $2 00 2 30 2 50 2 80 3 00 3 70 4 50 5 50 7 00 8 S o 10 50 



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Berlin Bronzed Loose Pin Butts. 








1.1 I'll KK Kl< . Ill' ^W] "" '' 


KFT 11 


AN I). 








Bronze Tips. 








Inch, 


l x -• 


.; x .; .;'_• * i)t *"< M * V-- 


5"5 


v. *sX 


5x6 


Pair, 


$0 65 


70 75 80 90 1 05 


1 IS 


' 25 


1 35 



Packed complete with Screws. 



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6x6 

« 75 



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Ornamental Bronze Loose Pin Bntts. 



HEAVY. 



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EITHER EIGHT 



OR LEFT HLAJSTIJ. 



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Four Stool Bushings, Two at Each Joint. 



Inch, 


3*3 


3'Ax-z'A 4x4 4^x4^ 


5X5 


6x6 


Per Pair, 


$1 60 


I 80 2 20 2 60 
IPaclted complete witli Screws. 


3 00 


4 SO 

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Wrought Brass Butts. 



127 J 




I II i i iii i 1 111 t]]] ^ I I I m i l Hill I I P II III j|jp i II Uiill l P l ff imiuuijjipiiuiniiu 



I INCH. DESK. BROAD. 

Length, In. % % % I i]/ s l'A l 3 A 

Narrow, $0 38 o 38 o 42 o 48 o 54 60 o 67 „ ,_ 

Middle, $0 45 o 45 o 48 o 54 60 67 o 75 87 

Broad, $0 50 o 50 o 52 o 60 72 80 o 84 

$0 57 o 60 o 72 o 87 1 08 1 27 1 50 



Desk, 



78 



1 00 
1 80 



90 o 96 

1 00 1 10 



1 12 

2 10 



1 30 

2 70 



1 06 1 23 

1 17 1 44 

1 48 1 70 

2 93 3 5° 



NARROW: 
2'A 2 X 

1 73 1 92 

1 80 2 34 

2 20 2 60 



2 12 2 

2 85 3 

3 09 4 



3 

80 

70 

27 



Brass Loose Joint Parliament Butts. 



ttalft 





'<£t 



No. 590. (':i.st Brass. 
2% Inch when Open . . Per Dozen Pairs, $3 50 



*X 



4 25 



Pin Hinges. 



Wrought Brass. 
2'/ 2 Inch when Open . Per Dozen Pairs, $2 00 

Quadrant Hinges. 





No. 5. 3 Inch, Cast Brass, 



Per Dozen Pairs, $3 00 



No. 1127. 3 In. Closed, Cast Brass, Ter Doz. Pairs, $8 CO 



Stay or Support Hinges. 




lH Inch Closed, 11 Inch Open, Polished Cast Brass . 



Per Pair, $2 00 



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Patent Ratchet Spring Hinges. 



feSTT-RF' AC K. 




Patented, 



Full Size Cut of No. 121 



In this Cut, the Pin is 

pulled part way 

out to show the Ralelicl. 



No. 131, willi Stop. 



MORTTSK 



No. .'25. Patented. 




N... 335. 



Single Acting, to Swing one way. 



ADJUSTABLE TKNSlDN, BJITHER RIGrZfX 1 OR IjWFI' HANI). 



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Surface. 

No. 121. 3 Inch, Tuscan Bronzed, Tinned Spring, without Screws 

Mortise. 

No. 225. 3 Inch, Tuscan Bronzed, Tinned Spring, packed with Screws 



Per Dozen Pairs, $3 00 



Per Dozen Pairs, $3 75 



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Surface Spring Hinges. 



TUSCAN 1IK.ONZKI). 




Malleable Iron. Brass Spring. 

SINGLE ACTING. TO SWING ONE WAY. 

N<>. :jji>. 
Inch, 2 i'/z 

Per Dozen Pairs, $3 00 3 00 

Above packed with Sorews. 

Wrought Brass Spring Hinges. 

PA.TB3NT AJfTI-inRICJTION SI>KIJN<r. 



3 
4 4° 




L'ul 01 5 Inch. Single Joint 
TO BE USED ON DOORS 1 INCH THICK AND UNDER. 

Single Joint. (To swing <>n«- way) 



Inch, »H 

Po Dues Pairs, $3 00 



3 
4 So 



Ilioll, 2# 

Per Dozen Fairs, $6 60 



Double Joint. (To swing l><>tli ways) 

3 

8 30 



5 
7 5° 



5 
16 50 



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"Chicago" Spring Butts. 




REVERSE SPRING 



SCREEN DOOR HINGE 



Japanned. 



Per Dozen 



This Hinge Is made for Surface only. 



DOUBLE-ACTING SPRING BUTTS. 

When applied to the Door, the Spring of this style is concealed when closed. 
The Spring has a purchase power in closing the Door. 

PRICE LIST. 



Nos. 


1 




31 


41 


Doors. 


Japanned. 


Bronze-Plated. 


Real Bronze 


Yz to 1 Inch. 


Per Pair, 


$ 1 20 


$ 3 00 


$ 8 50 


i/s " I'A " 


" 


1 50 


3 75 


9 5° 


1% " I'A " 


11 


2 SO 


5 50 


12 00 


IX " 2 '• 


11 


4 00 


7 50 


20 00 


2% " 2</ 2 " 


" " 


7 00 


10 00 


30 00 


2¥ " 3K " 


,, .. 


10 00 


14 00 


39 00 




$3 00 



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BSxxgine House Spring Hinge. 



131 

• Iv<'li:iiii'o *" Door Spring 



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"Garden City" 
Fire Engine House Spring Hinge 



No. 0. Japanned. 



For Stall Doors 
" Front " 



Per Pair, $3 00 
5 00 



" Reliance " Door Spring. 

No. 270. 
Coppered. Spring. 

Light Per Dozen, $1 50 

Medium " " 2 25 

Heavy " '! 3 50 




No. 270. 



Keene's" Batent Double-Acting Saloon Door Hinge. 




This Butt has the advantage of allowing the door to be lifted from its bearings without removing screws or pins. 



Nos. 7 


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37 


47 


57 


Japanned. 


Nickel-Plated. 


Bronze. Plated. 


Real Bronze. 


Brass. 


Per Pair. 


Per Pair. 


Per Pair. 


Per Pair. 


Per Pair. 


$0 75 


$1 50 


$1 50 


$5 00 


$5 00 




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: Chicago" 



Double- Acting Blank Butts. 



PBICB LIST. 



Nos. 
DOORS. 

".., to i Inch. 

l\ " 1% " 

iH " y% " 

2' 4 " 2'A " 

*K " i'A " 



Japanned. 
Per Pair. 

$0 6o 
° 75 

1 25 

2 00 

3 5° 
5 oo 



23 

Niekel-Plaled. 
Per Pair. 

$1 5° 

i 88 

2 75 

3 75 

5 oo 

6 50 



33 

Bronze-Plated. 
Per Pair. 

$1 5° 

1 88 

2 75 

3 75 

5 00 

6 50 



43 

Real Bronze. 
Per Pair. 

$4 25 

4 75 

6 00 
10 00 
15 00 
19 50 



To economize for light doors, put a spring Bull at the lop and a Blank Butt at the bottom 

of the door. Never use a Blank oil outside doors, as it takes the full power of two springs lo 
hold door againsl the draught. Always put it below the Spring Butt. 



"Gean" Spring Hinges. 



l)(>UBLE-ACTlN(i. OCTAGON TIP. 



Suitable for either Right or l^l\ Ii;ni.l Dooi-u. 



The largest Hinge that the thickness ot the door will permit, will work the beBt. 



Japanned. Plain. 



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Nos. 

83 
84 
85 
86 

87 
88 
89 
90 



Size. 
6x2 FeeL 

7x2 

7X2X 
7*2)4 

8x2,14 

Sx 3 
10x3 



PUICE LIST. 










For Doors 


Length 


oi 


Planges 


I'll Paii 


; 4 lo i; s Inch. 


i'A 


Inches. 


$ 1 60 


1 " tyi " 

1 " 1% '■ 


-4 

5 




.. 


2 00 
2 50 


1 " I# " 


6 




" 


3 50 


■'4 " 1% " 


7 




•' 


4 50 


i'A " *'A " 


8 




■• 


6 50 


1% " 2^ " 


to 




•' 


9 00 


2 " 3 


12 




" 


12 OO 




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Barker's" Double Reversed Joint Butts. 



133 




FOB BOOBS TO SWING BOTH WAYS. 

WITH SPIJINIifi, COMPLETE. 

Iron. Japanned, with Plated Acorn Tips. 

Nos. O 12 3 4 5 6 

For Doors, Inch, 1 1% \'/ z \}( 2 2 ' 4 1%. 

Per I'air, $3 25 3 50 3 75 4 50 5 25 6 75 '2 00 

Bronze Metal, Polished and Lacquered. 

Nos. 13 3 4 5 6 

For Doors, Inch, 1 1 \ 1 1 . 1 V, 2 2' 4 2)4 

Per Pair, $9 00 10 50 12 00 14 00 16 00 19 00 24 00 



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8 


2*- 


3 


13 75 


15 00 


7 


8 


a* 


3 



28 00 



32 00 



The Hook Door Spring. 




APPLIED TO 



SIDE OF THE DOOR. 



This Door ami Screen Sprint; is easily understood, and can readily be applied l<> Ihe door, and its power regulated by hand. It 
can also be removed from the door and replaced ill live seem, Is. without touching a screw or using a tool, yet the Spring is securely 
held in place, ami always in Perfect order. It is made of fine crucible spring steel, carefully tempered, which secures a uniform and 
superior quality. 

Japanned. 



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No. O. Screen Spring and for very Light Doors 
No. 1. With Strengtb sufficient for most Doors 
No. 2. For very I^arge, Heavy Doors 



Per Dozen, $3 00 
6 00 
6 50 



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"Torrey's" Door Springs. 




Malleable Iron, Steel Rod, Japanned. 

Packed one dozen in a package, with Screws ........ Per Dozen, $7 00 



Rubb&r Door Springs. 





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Irons and Bauds Complete. 

Complete and Separate. 

No. 1. Irons only, Japanned ...... ... Per Dozen, $0 60 

No. 2. Rubber Bands only . . . . . . . . . . . " " 3 90 

No. 3. Irons and Bands, complete . . . . . . . . . . " " 4 50 



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"Star" Spiral 
Door Springs. 



These Springs are made of Steel Wire and 
Tempered. 

Japanned. 

Nos. 4 5 6 7 

Length, Inch, 7 8 qyi 10 

Per Dozen, $1 50 2 00 2 75 4 00 

Galvanized. 

No. 27. 



IS 



10 Inch 



Per Dozen, $6 00 



The "Boss" Door Springs. 



IL 



F LAT COIL 

FOR 

Screen and Light Inside Doors. 

Japanned .... Per Dozen, $3 00 



"Sabin's" Lever Door Springs. 




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This Cut shows Spring, with OrEN DOOR. 

Japanned. 

No. 1. 10 Inch Ami. I'or Ordinary buide Doors ...... 

No. 9. ti Heavy Inside and Light Outside Doors . . . . 

No. 3. ■«# Heavy Outside Doors, subject to strong air currents . 

No. 4. 14 " " " 

The Le»ere are MaUeable Iron, the Holla Hard Wood boUed In oil. 



Per Dozen. $12 00 

" " 18 00 

" " 25 00 

27 00 



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THE TSTKW AND IMPROVED 



"Shaw" Door-Check and Spring. 




WWW mm.. ■■■■ \i 



SPRING AS APPLIED TO HINGE SIDE OF DOOR. 




SPRING AS APPLIED TO JAMB SIDE OF DOOR. 

Will close a Door without Slamming. 

The introduction of Door Springs which, by combination with compressed air, swing the door to within a few inches of closing, 
and then surely and without slamming complete the operation, has effected a revolution in the use of appliances for closing doors. 

The Shaw Door-Check and Spring Company is the owner of the oldest patented apparatus for closing doors noiselessly now in 
the market, and its machine is fully protected by many Letters Patent 

All bearings should be oiled occasionally. The door should work free and not bind anywhere, and when Spring is properly 
attached it cannot fail to do the work for which it is intended in a proper manner. 

Printed Dlrectlona for attaching? with each Machine. 



NI<;\V PRICE 1, 1ST. 



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No. 1. 

No. 2. 
No. St/,. 
No. 3. 

No. 3K- 



For Screen Doors 
" Doors 2x6 by 6x6 
" 2xS " 6xS 
" 3 " 7x6 
3x6 " 9 



Each, $2 50 

3 00 

" 4 00 

" S 00 

6 00 



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"Orr's" Blind Hinges. 



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I K H >K. 



Wrought Iron, T/ 2 Inch 



PLATB. 
Per 100 Sets, $13 00 



"Orr's" Blind Pasts. 






SILL AND BACK 1 ■ A l( 'II. 

No. 1 K..-I. \;.,. 1 .,,, 1 n-q. a ,...,_,_ 

Price pei roo Sets, $9 00 



( !orner I rons. 




H A< K < !ATI H. 
No. S |.':,«t. 



Wronghl Iron. 

B K A VT 

N < . . 14. 

tnch, 1 1 ', 1 '., 

Per Ho/en. $0 92 I 15 2 00 



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Half Siic Cm of 1 1 [neb. 



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"Clark's" Surface Gravity-Locking Blind Hinge. 





Full Size Cut of No. 



Blind Fastening without Spring. 



These Hinges are made in two parts, the Upper and Lower being alike. Three or more may be used on long Blinds without 
mismatching sets, and all will fasten. The Blinds, when open, fasten parallel with the house, and not against it. They will not 
rattle or close by the wind. 

PRICK LIST. 

For Wood. For Brick. 



No. 1. Throws the Blind 1 *{ Inches from Casing. 
Per Dozen Sets, $3 50 



No. 5. Throws the Blind 4^2 Inches from Casing. 
Per Dozen Sets, $10 00 



"Clark's" Mortise Gravity-Locking Blind Hinges. 




Full Size Cut of No. 4. 



These Mortise Hinges are extra heavy, and in strength, proportion and finish cannot be excelled. The Blind will not rattle or 
close by the wind. Both Upper and Lower Hinges are alike, are easily operated, and any number can be used on a Blind, and all 
will fasten. 



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PRICK LIST. 

No. 2. 3 Inches. When open throws Blind 1 % Inches from Casing 

No. 4. t,% " 2 y z 

No. 6. 5'A " i'/ 2 . ... 

No. §. 6yi " " ■• ■• ■■ A y 2 « ... 

No. IO. &/ z " " " " .< 6 ^ .. .... _ „ ,, 

All above put up in Paper Boxes. Sets complete with Inside Fasteninun. 



Per Dozen Sets, $ 4 00 

' S 00 

" " " 6 00 

" 10 00 

" " ' 16 00 



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"Clark's" Reversible Gate Hinges. 




No. i. Gate Latch. 




139 



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No. 1. Upper Gate Hinc.u. 




No. 1. Lower Gate Hinge. 
Self Closing, i<> Swing One Way. 

Requires no mortising, is easily attached, and will reverse for either Right or Left Hand Gates. Interchangeable Pins. 

I'Klc 'K LIST. 



No. 1. Hinges and Latch complete 
No. 1 . Latch only 



Per Dozen Sets, $6 00 
Per Dozen, 2 00 



l':i. ki-il in Paper Tloxos, cme Bel in 7\ l»'>x. 



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"Clark's" Double- Acting- Gate Hinges. 




No. 2. GATE Latch. 




No. 2. Upper Gate Hinge. 




Mo. 2. Lower Gats Hinge 



To Swiii- Both Ways. 

This Hinge is of great strength, requires no mortising, but is applied to the surface of the post and stile. It cannot be discon- 
nected in working, and the gate is held wide open, when desired, on either side by the peculiar construction of the Upper Hinge. 
The Gate Latch is encased, and requires but small mortise through the stile. 
The Catch is so formed as to prevent the rebound of the gate. 



PRICK LIS'I'. 



No. 2. Hinges and Latch complete 
No. 2. Latch only 



Per Dozen Sets, $8 00 
Per Dozen, 2 00 



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If*aclced in Paper Boxes, one se1 in a l><-x. 



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Reversible Gate Hi112.es. 




Hall Si,,- Oil ..I No I. IVriKhl Latch n...l Oitcl, ' ll.ill siaCuloI No. n. I'pright Latch nut Ca'.c 

Self Shutting. Either Bight or Left Hand. 

Hinges. 



141 



Wit Ipmii 1 .atoti. 
No. III. Hingea only l'er Docen Sets, $6 20 



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With !.:.(. I.. 

No. 115. Hinges complete with No. i I'pright Latch. 

Pel Dozen Sets, $7 65 

Latches. 

No. I. Riveted . • P« Dozen, $1 45 

No. II. Not Riveted • • " " • 2 5 



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Top Gate Latches. 




Half Size Cut of Latch of both Nos. 14 and 16. 





Catch for No. 14. 



Catch for No. 16. 



JAPANNED. 



For Grates to Swing both ways. 



No. 14 



Per Dozen, $1 65 | No. 16 



Per Dozen, $1 65 



Surface Grate Latches. 




Half Size Cut of Patent Latch No. 7. 



jAPAJsnsrKr). 



For Grates to Swing one way. 



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No. 7 



Per Dozen, $1 55 



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The "Scranton" Patent Automatic Hinge. 



tafcr^iSiii a5iBMtitSi HlflBl ;: _. ' ' ' 




MALLEABLE IRON. JAPANNED. 






These Hinges are simple and perfect in automatic action, there being no springs or complicated parts to get out of order and 
break. The principle of operation is that of a steel roller working on an inclined plane. 



PRICES. 



No. 32. For Ordinary Gates and Doors 
No. 33. " Farm and Road Gates 



Per Dozen Pairs, $ 8 00 
'3 SO 



"Scranton" Combination Latch. 



COMPRISING 



HANDLE, LATCH AND HASP. 





Thumb Latch. 



MALLEABLE IRON. .1APANNED. 

Reversible for both Sliding and Hinge Doors. 



This Latch tills a demand lor a cheap, substantial article to take the place of the ordinary Hasp and Staple. The use of Padlock 
in securing door is provided for. 

T> R I C K S . 

No. «T. Without Thumb Latch Per Dozen, $2 75 

No. a». With Thumb Latch attachment .'...-•••• 3 <x> 



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"Hart's" Patent Strap Hinges. 











HEAVY STRAP. 








Inch, 5 


6 




S 


10 


12 


»4 


Per Dozen Pairs, $2 00 


2 80 




4 4° 
EXTRA HEAVY T. 


6 60 


9 4° 


12 00 


Inch, 


6 




8 


10 


12 




Per Dozen Pairs, 


$3 3° 




5 15 


7 40 


10 90 






Lig 


?h 


1 sir.-ip Hinges. 








Inch, 3 

Per Dozen Pairs, $1 00 



Inch, 4 

Per Dozen Pairs, $1 40 



5 
1 85 





WROUGHT IRON. 










5 


6 7 S 


10 


12 


'4 


16 


40 


I 70 2 25 2 50 


3 50 


6 00 


7 5° 


9 00 


He 


avy Strap Hinges. 












| Inch, 6 8 


ro 


12 


M 


16 




Cts. per Hi, 14 13^ 


13 


I2>£ 


12 


12 



Lighl T Hinges. 




Inch, 3 
- Dozen Pairs, $1 00 


4 
1 10 


WROUGHT IRON. 
5 6 g ,,i 
I 3° I 50 I 80 2 40 

Heavy T Hinges. 


12 
3 7S 


Inch, 
Per Dozen Pairs, 


6 
$1 70 


8 10 

2 25 3 25 


12 
5 00 


Inch, 5 
Per Dozen Pairs, $2 50 


1 


Extra Heavy T Hing< 

Inch, S 
Cts. per Hi, 14^ 14 


EO 
*3)4 






Long Strap Chest Hinges. 




14 

7 00 



'3 



'4 

12 yi 




16 
I2K 



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Inch, 6 
Per Dozen Pairs, $1 75 
Projection, Inch, '/ z 



6 
1 75 



s 
2 00 



2 50 



12 
3 00 



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Nos. i 


1 Look 
* 


I I Lnges. 


« 


8 


Kntire Length, inch, r;, >_. 

Per ''air, $l 12 


87 




8# 
75 


6* 
50 


Nos. lO 


Port 


1 1 Luges. 
19 




14 


Kntire Length, Inch, 6 

Per Pair, $o 35 




9 
60 




12 
I 00 


Nos. 20 


Strap 


Hinges. 

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Kntire Length, Inch, 10 




8 




6 


Per Pair, Cts., 30 




25 




20 



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Wrought Heavy Hook Hinges. 




Wood Screw Hook, not "Welded. 



12 Inch ..... 
16, 18, 20, 22, 24, 26, 28, 30, 36 Inch 



Per Pound, $0 10 
" " o 10 



"Wrought Iron Padlock Hasps. 




'.£.:: :.,'.:[;.. 




Inch, 3 
Per Dozen Pairs, $1 75 



4K 
2 00 



6 

2 25 



3 SO 



10 
4 75 



Brass (or Composition) Hasps, 




FINISHED. 



No. O. Length, 3^ x i^ Inches 
No. 10. " 5 % 



Per Dozen, $3 00 
4 5° 



Brass Composition Hasps. 



■ 7mtf1 ntitn mmwiw' , _" ■ 




Measured the Whole Length. 



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Finished. 

6 Inches Long . . . Per Dozen, $ 6 00 

8 " " . . . . " " 7 S o 

o " " .■ . . " " 10 00 



Rough. 



6 Inches Long . 



Per lb, $0 50 
" " o 50 
" " o 50 



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Wrought Hasps and Staples. 




Staples made "by Hand from Norway Iron. 



No. 20. Wrought Iron. 



Inch, 4 
Per Dozen, $0 84 



5 
90 



6 
1 00 



7 
1 10 



8 
1 30 



9 
I 70 



10 
I 80 



No. 22, Galvanized Wrotight Iron. 



Inch, 4 


5 


6 


7 


S 


9 


10 


Dozen, $1 50 


I 60 


I 80 


2 00 


2 SO 


3 00 


3 SO 



Wrought Hooks, Hasps and Staples. 




Staples made by Hand from Norway Iron. 

No. 30. Wrought Iron. 



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12 
2 60 



4 SO 



Inch, 5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


IO 


12 


l'er Dozen, $1 20 


1 40 


1 60 


1 80 


2 20 


2 50 


3 84 



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Lever and P~u.ll Door Bells 

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PLAIN BELL. 
Full Size Cut of Nos. 3J4 and 13^. Patented. 



FANCT BELL. 
Full Size Cut of Nos. 203J4, 213^ and 243^. Patented. 



PLAIN BELLS. 



Bell Metal. 



Nickel-Plated. 



No. S}4. y/z Inch 
No. 5. s 



No. 203>£. y/ 2 Inch 
No. 205. 5 



No. 213^. y/z Inch 
No. 215. 5 



No. 243>i. y/z Inch 



Per Dozen, $15 00 No. 13#. 3% Inch 

21 50 No. 15. 5 

FANCY BELLS. 
Bell Metal. 



Nickel-Plated. 



Berlin Bronzed. 



All the above Bells packed with Screws. 



Per Dozen, $18 50 
" " 26 00 



Per Dozen, $15 00 
" 21 so 



Per Dozen, $18 50 
" 26 00 



Per Dozen, $10 00 



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Full Size Cut of No. 401. Talented. 



Full Size Cut 01 No. 806. Patented 



PACKED "WITH SCREWS 



Berlin Bronzed. 



No. 401. With Porcelain Knob 



Per Dozen. $4 40 



Bronze Metal. 



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No. 806. With Fancy Bronze Metal Knob Per Dozen, $11 75 



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Full Size Cut of No. 404. Patented. 



Full Size Cut of Nos. S04 and 904. Patented. 



PACKED WITH SCREWS. 



Berlin Bronzed. 



No. 404. With Porcelain Knob 



Per Dozen, $5 00 



Bronze Metal. 



No. §04. With Fancy Bronze Metal Knob 



Per Dozen, $15 00 



* "Imperial" Bronze. 

No. 904. With Fancy Imperial Bronze Knob ........ Per Dozen, $15 00 

" Imperial."- Raised Surface in Polished Natural Bronze Color, with Blaolt Badffiround. 



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Levers for Door Bells. 




Full Siie Cut of Nos. 402, 802 and 902. 



Full Size Cut of Nos. 405 and 805. 



PACKED WITH SCREWS. 



Berlin Bronzed. 

No. 402. With Fancy T Handle 

No. 405. 

Bronze Metal. 
No. 808. With Fancy Bronze Metal T Handle . . 

No. 805. 



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'"Imperial" Bronze. 

No. 90S. With Fancy Imperial Bronze T Handle .... 



Per Dozen, $3 00 
" *' 4 00 

Per Dozen, $10 00 
" " $15 00 

Per Dozen, $10 00 



• "Imperial."— Raised Surface in Polished Natural Bronze Color, with Blaclc Bncksn'ound. 



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Levers for Door Bells. 



Full Size Cut of No. 415. Patented. 




Full Size Cut of Nos. 403, 803 and 903. Patented. 



PACKED WITH SCREWS. 



No. 403. With Fancy T Handle . 
No. 415. " " •■ " 



Berlin Bronzed. 



Bronze Metal. 



No. 803. With Fancy Bronze Metal T Handle .... 

"Imperial" Bronze. 

No. 903. With Fancy Imperial Bronze T Handle . 



Per Dozen, $3 40 
4 SO 



Per Dozen, $13 00 



. Per Dozen, $13 00 



'" Imperials-Raised Surface in Polished Natural Bronze Color, with Slack Background. 






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Full Size Cut of Nos. 609 and S09. Patented. 



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l-ull sire Cut of No. jofc Patented. 

PACKED WITH SCREWS. 

Silver-Plated. 

No. 609. Silver-Plated on Cast Brass. Fancy T Handle 

Nickel-Pla ted. 

No. TOS. Nickel-Paled on Cast Brass, Plain T Handle 

Bron ze Metal. 

No. SO». With Fancy Bronze Metal T Handle . . • ■ • 



Per Dozen, $16 oo 
Per Dozen, $16 25 
Per Dozen, $16 00 



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Alarm Whistles. 



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No. 15R (New.) No. 21, with Indicator. 

Porcelain Mouth Piece, Japanned Body. 

No. 158. With Indicator . Per Dozen, $4 50 | No. 159. Without Indicator . Per Dozen, $4 00 

Brass, Nickel-Plated. 

No. 21. With Indicator . Per Dozen, $11 00 | No. 22. Without Indicator . Per Dozen, $10 00 



Tin Speaking Tul><\ 

1 Inch. . Per 100 ft., $3 00 



Elbows for Tin Speaking Tube 

Square Turn . . Per 100, $3 50 

Round " . . " " 6 00 

Spring Alarm Door Bells. 



Zinc Boll Tube. 
Per Pound . . $0 30 




Half Size Cut of No. 134. 



No. 132. With No. 2 Bell 
No. 133. " No. 3 " 
No. 134. " No. 4 " 



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Polished Bell. 



Japanned Spring. 



Half Dozen in a IPaeltaeie. 



Per Dozen, $ 9 60 

" 11 25 

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House Bells on Carriages. 




Nos. 122, 123 mid 124. Half Size Cut of No. 124. Complete. 

With Spikes only. 

Same Carriage with each Number, but Different Size Bell. 



No. 112. With No. 2 Polished Bell on Carriage, with Spikes, 

No. 113. " No. 3 

No. 114. " No. 4 



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Per Dozen, $5 75 

" " 6 10 

7 75 



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Oompli'i • ■. 

Same Carriage and Trimmings with each Number, but Different Sixe Bell. 

No. 12a. With No. 2 Polished Bell, Complete with Trimmings, as per Cut, 

No. 123. " No. 3 " 

No. 124. " No. 4 " " 

Hull Dosen In :i Package. 



Per Dozen, $ 8 75 

9 SO 
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Bronze Metal Bell Slide. 




Full Size Cut of No. 65. 

Bronze Metal. 



No. 65. 5 Inch, Packed with Screws 
No. 66. 6 " 



Mortise Bell Cranks. 



No. 11. Painted Face 

No. 1. Polished and Lacquered 




Check Springs. 



Full Size Cut of No. 5. 



No. 5. 5 Inches Long, Bright Spring Wire No. 18 



Per Dozen, $11 00 
" " 13 00 



Per Gross, $8 60 
Per Gross, $28 75 




Per Gross, $6 75 



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Full Size Cut of Nos. 2 and 12. 



No. 2. Cast Brass, Malleable Iron Spike 
No. 12. Japanned, 



Per Gross, $11 80 
6 75 




Full Size Cut of No. 4. 



No. 4. Cast Brass, Heavy, Wrought Iron Spike 



Per Gross, $16 30 




Full Size Cut of No. 33. 



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No. 32. Japanned, on Plates 



Per Gross, $6 75 



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End Bell Cranks. 



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Full Size Cut of Nos. 3 aud 13. 



No. 3. Cast Brass, Malleable Iron Spike 
No. 13. Japanned, ' 



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Per Gross, $10 70 
6 25 




Full Size Cut of No. 5. 



No. 5. Cast Brass, Heavy, Wrought Iron Spike 



Per Gross, $14 00 




Full Size Cut of No. 33. 



No. 33. Japanned, on Plates 



Per Gross, $9 60 



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House Bells. 




Rcmgh. 

Assorted from 2 to 4 Inch .... Per lb, $0 45 

Polished. 

Assorted from 2 to 4 Inch .... Per lb, $0 51 



Horse Car Bells. 




Pure Bell Metal. Rough. 

3 Inch Mouth Per lb, $0 72 

3'A " " " " o 72 




Hand Bells. 

Fine Polish. 

Nos. O 12 3 4 5 6 

Diam. of Mouth, 2% 2% 2^ S S'A S)( 4 Inch. 

Per Dozen, $2 25 2 62 3 50 4 50 6 50 8 50 II 25 

Nos. 7 8 9 10 lit 14 16 

Diam. of Mouth, 4% s'X S'A. 6 (><4. 6% S Inch. 

Per Dozen, $13 75 18 50 24 00 30 00 36 00 48 00 54 00 



"Abbe's" Patent Gong Bells. 



Fiue Polish, Extra Heavy. Half Size Cut of No. 6. 



"Yankee" Alarm Door Bells. 





4 Inch. 



No. 1*5. Bronzed Steel Bell 



No. 135. Polished Bell Metal Bell 

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Per Dozen, $ 5 00 
•' 10 oo 



Half Size Cut of 5 Inch. 

No. 20. Bronzed Steel. 

Inch, 3 4 

Per Dozen, $4 00 5 00 

No. 30. Polished Bell Metal. 
Inch, 345678 
Per Dozen, $8 00 10 00 14 00 20 00 28 00 40 00 



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Steamboat and Locomotivq (longs. 



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Size, Inch, 3 
Each, $2 25 


Trip Grongs. 

4 
2 75 


5 
3 25 




Size, Inch, 
Each, 


6 7 
$4 30 S 75 
Slow 13 


Locomotive GJ-ongs. 

8 10 12 
6 75 9 00 15 00 

^ll* made to order, 01 any Pattern. 


15 

21 00 


18 

36 00 



Spring Brass Check Springs. 




Size, Inch, }is.f>'/ z 


}£x8 


#* 9 K 


^XIO^ 


#xnK 


ix 13 


Each, $0 30 


35 


50 


65 


85 


95 



Gong Pulls or Bell Slides. 




SMALL. 
For one Finger. 
Each, $0 75 



MEDIUM. 
For two Fingers. 
Each, $1 25 



LARGE. 

For three Fingers. 

Each, $2 00 



SIDE OR HORIZONTAL. 




Bell Cranks or Angles. 

Brass Cranks, Mounted 011 Iron. 

TO BE PUT ON WITH SCREWS. 

Small Radius, 2 Inch ....... Each, $0 50 

Large 2% " . . . . . . o 75 



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Kentucky Cow Bells. 




Half Size Cut of No. 2. 

Nos. O 1 

Height (without Loop), 7 b'/ z 

Per Dozen, $13 00 11 00 

Nos. 4 5 

Height (without Loop), 4 ^H 

Per Dozen, $5 00 4 00 



5% 
8 00 

6 

3 00 



3 

4% Inch. 
6 00 

7 
2X Inch. 

2 SO 



Cast Sheep Bells. & 



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Nos. 1 
Per Dozen, $2 00 



Full Size Cut of No. 2. 

Loose. 

2 

2 50 



3 

3 00 



Strapped with. Leather Straps. 

Nos. 12 3 

Per Dozen, $3 00 3 50 4 00 



Celebrated Swiss Cow Bells. 



( SAIONELECIER ) 




Fine in Tone. Pretty in Finish. "Weight about 3 lbs. 

5K Inch High, 6 Inch at Mouth Per Dozen, $30 00 

The Loop will admit of a 3 Incri Strap. 

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Door Handles. 




No. 2. With Wrought Latch 
No. S. 



Half Size Cut of No. 2. 

.Japanned. 






Store Door Handles. 






No. 6. Put on with Nuts 



Half Size Cut of Latch, Slide and Catch. 

HITHER RIGHT OK LKJT HAND 

Japanned. 



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Per Dozen, $1 18 
1 35 




Per Dozen, $4 50 



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Store Door Handles. 





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No*. 17 and 18. Patented. 
With Plate. 



No. 27. Patented. 
Without Plate. 






[.atch, etc., with Nos. 17, 18 and 27. Half Size Cuts. 



KITHKH mtiii'i' <>ic i,Ki-"r hand. 




1 '»• I'lin Bronzed. 



No. 17. With Plate, Packed with Screws 
No. U7. Without Plate, 



Per Dozen, $5 50 
4 6S 



Tuscan Bronzed. 



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Nto 18. With Plate, Packed with Screws 



Per Dozen, $4 50 



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Barn Door Handles. 



Extra Heavy. 

Japanned. 



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No. 5. With Wrought Latch 



Per Dozen, $3 50 



Flush Barn Door Pulls. 



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No. 500 




Half Size Cut. 



Japanned. 



Per Dozen, $1 00 



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Door Pulls. 



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No, G1S. 

Berlin Bronzed. 

No. 51 a. With Screws Per Doz., $1 15 



No. son. 

Tuscan Bronzed. 

No. 5©5. With Screws Per Doz., $1 25 



No. oao. 
Cast Brass. 

No. 59©. Without Screws Per Doz., $3 50 



Fhish Trap Door Pulls. 




No. 9. Japanned 



Per Dozen, $2 50 



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Letter Box Plates. 




No. 9SO. 

Ornamental Bronze 

No. 920. Size, y4 x 7^ Inches, Complete with Rods and Nuts 

No. 925. " 3x7 " Similar to No. 920, with Bronze Screws 



Per Dozen, $10 00 
" " 7 20 




No. 784,0. 

Ornamental Bronze. 

No. 7§40. Size, $% x y'4 Inches, Complete with Rods and Nuts 



Per Dozen, $16 00 



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Letter Box Plates. 




Three-quarter Size Cut. Patented. 



Berlin Bronzed. 



No. 26, Packed with Screws 



Per Dozen, $4 20 




Three-quarter Size Cut. Patented 



Berlin Bronzed. 



No. 46. Packed with Berlin Bronzed Machine Screws 



Per Dozen, $5 50 



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Hallway Letter Boxes. 




These Boxes are intended for use in Hallways of Office Buildings, Apartment Houses, etc., and are coming into very general use 
in cities where the carrier system has been adopted. 

The Box is very strong, being made of iron, cast in one piece. .Security is guaranteed also by the use of a Yale Lock with 
Corrugated Key. The flap at top can be raised, and through the opening thus exposed letters may be dropped into the Box. The 
grating at bottom enables any one to see at a glance, without opening his box, whether it contains any mail or not. The attachment 
of the Box to the wall is very simple, secure and easy. 

Iron. .Japanned Finish. 



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No. 2. Size, 3 In. Deep, 7 In. Wide, 1 1 In. High, with 3 Keys 
No. 3. " 2 " " 5 " " 8 3 " 



Each, $3 00 
" 2 50 



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Finger Plates. 



Silvered Glass. 



Ornamental Bronze. 






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Plain Surface. 



Word : 
Push or Pull. 



No. 905. 
Scroll Surface. 



No. 006. 
Push or Pull. 



Silvered Glass. 



Size, 12x3 Inch, Main Surface 

" 12x3 " Ward: rush or Pull 



( >rnamental Bronx.'. 



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No. 90S. Size, 12x3 Inch, Scroll Surface 

No. 906. " 12x3 " Word : Push or Pull 



Each, $1 50 
" 2 00 



Each, $1 30 
" I 30 



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Ship Cabin Door Hooks. 




Full Size Cut of 2;? Inch. 

Heavy Oast Brass. Polished and Lacquered. 

Inch, 3 3'A 

Per Dozen, $5 00 5 75 

Locker Rings. 



4 

6 60 



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i}{ Inch 



No. 21 




Brass. Polished. 

Per Dozen, $2 50 | 2 V2 Inch 

Line Cleats. 




Full Size Cut of No. 21. 

Cast Brass, Polished and Lacquered. 

Per Dozen, $3 25 | No. 8!J. Heavy 



Flush Rings. 




Full Size Cut of No. 20. iJ4 Inch. 

Cast Brass. Polished and Lacquered. 



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Inch, 1 
Per Dozen, $2 00 



2 20 



No. SO. 

''X 
2 65 



2 85 



Per Dozen, $3 00 



Per Dozen, $.) 25 



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No. 44. i</ 2 Inch 
No. 46. 4 '* 
No. 48. 4K " 



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Full Size Cut of No. 44. 

Oast Brass. Polished and Lacquered. 



Brass Lifting Handles. 



Per Dozen Pairs, $12 00 
" " " 14 00 

" " " 17 00 




Full Size Cut of 2'A Inch. 

( 'nst Brass. Polished and Lacquered. 
No. a. 

Inch, 2% 3 3^ 

Per Dozen Pairs, $4 00 5 00 

Brass Lifting Handles. 



6 50 




Full Size Cut of ;N Inch. 

Heavy, Oast Brass. Polished and Lacquered. 

No. 1. 

4 



Inch, 3 
Per Dozen Pairs, $7 50 



3>S 

9 60 



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Flush Chest Handles. 



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Full Size Cut of No. 31. 






Japanned. 




Nos. 31 


33 


.13 


Per Dozen Pairs, $2 80 


3 60 


6 50 



Chest Handles. 




34 

7 50 



Full Size Cut of No. 



Nos. 10 

Per Dozen Pairs, $1 75 



Japanned. 
11 

2 50 



12 

3 6s 



13 

5 10 



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Wrought Chest Handles. 




Nos. 72 
Per Dozen Pairs, $3 00 



Japanned. 

73 

3 35 



Fancy Chest Handles. 




Full Size Cut of No. 11. 



Berlin Bronzed. 



No. ai. Willi Screws 

No. aa. 



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74 

3 75 



Per Dozen Pairs, $4 20 
5 60 



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Drawer Pulls. 



No. IOO 




Full Size Cut of Nos. 100 and 101. 



Japanned. 



Per Gross, $2 88 | 



( Jopper Bronzed. 
No. 101 .... Per Gross, $4 30 




Full Size Cut of Nos. no and \io%. 

Japanned. Coppered. 

No. HO .... Per Gross, $4 50 | No. 11©K Per Gross, $4 50 



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Full Size Cut of Nos. 10 and n. 

Japanned. Copper Bronzed. 

No - ,0 Per Gross, $5 00 I No. 11 . . . p er Gross, $6 75 



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Drawer Prills. 



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Full Size Cut of Nos. 501 and 506. Patented. 
PACKED WITH SCREWS. 

Copper Bronzed. Berlin Bronzed. 

No. 501 ... Per Gross, $8 75 | No. 506 .... Per Gross, $8 75 




Full Size Cut of Nos. 401 and 406. Patented. 
PACKED WITH SCREWS. 

t topper Brorutedi Berlin Bronzed. 

No. 401 .... Per Cross, $11 50 | No. 406 .... Per Gross, $11 50 




Full Size Cut of Nos. .v>! and 306. Patented. 



PACKED WITH SCREWS. 



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< topper Bronzed. Berlin Bronzed. 

No. ;iOI .Per Gross, $13 25 | No. 306 .... Per Gross, $13 25 



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Drawer Pulls. 




XjEtrge. 

No. 356. With Screws 



Cut of Nos. 356 and 456. 

Berlin Bronzed. 

Medium. 
Per Gross, $10 00 | No. 456. With Screws . . Per Gross, $0 00 



No. 396. With Screws 




Full Size Cut of No. 396. Patented. 

Berlin Bronzed. 



Per Gross, $11 00 



Druggists' Drawer Pulls. 



No. 346. With Screws 




Full Size Cut of No. 346. Berlin Bronzed. 
Labels can be slid In at the ton after the Pulls ore screwed on. 

Berlin Bronzed. 



Per Gross, $13 25 



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Shutter Bars. 




Nos. 31 and 33. Full Size Cut of 1 ?:, Inch 



SIZK, 1 3/4 INCH. 



"Wrought Brass. Nickel-Plated on Brass. 

No. 31. With Brass Screws . Per Dozen, $1 75 | No. S3. With Nickel-Plated Brass Screws, Per Dozen, $2 30 




Nos. 71 and 73. 1* 11 1 1 Size Cut ol 2% Inch. 



HKVKI,n;i) K1DG-KS. 



No. 71. Oast Brass. 



114 Inch, Without Screws 
2 ■• •' " 



IVr Dozen, $2 50 

2 70 



No.?:J. Nickel-Plated on Cast Brass 

1 \, Inch. With Nickel-Plated Brass Screws, Per Dozen, $6 40 
6 80 




No. 137. Full Size Cut of i',~. Inch. Patented. 



Tuscan Bronzed. 



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No. 13T. 2 Inch, with Screw;. 



Per Dozen, $1 00 



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Spiral Spring Window Springs. 



'MEERIMAFS" PATTERN. 




Full Size Cut of Nos. 5. 6, S and 16. 

Wrought Brass. 

No. 5. With Cast Brass Bolt, Polished, Per Gross, $18 50 



SELF-FASTENING, DRIVE SOCKET. 




Full Size Cut of Nos. 7 and 9. 

To Fit '{ Inch Hole. No Screws Used. 
No. 7. Iron Case, Cast Brass Bolt . Per Gross, $12 00 



No. IO. Japanned 



Window Spring Bolts. 







Full Size Cut of Nos. 10 and 20. 
Per Gross, $2 90 | No. 20. Japanned, Silvered Tip 



Per Gross, $3 80 



Patent Sash Bolts. 




No. 305. Round Bolt, Maroon, with Flange on Socket 

Sockets, per Gross, $0 46 



Per Gross, $4 75 



" G-arretson's " Window Locks. 




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Coppered 
Nickel-Plated 



Per Gross, $ 7 50 
IS 00 



Automatic Window Holders. 




No. 1O0. Bronzed 
No. 105. Tinned 



Per Gross, $ 8 00 
" " 10 00 



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Sash Pull Plates. 





FuU size Cut of No. 400. 
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Berlin Bronzed. 

No. 400. With Screws p er Dozen, $0 55 



FuU Size Cut of No. 832. 



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Solid Bronze. 

No. 832. With Screws . Per Dozen, $1 00 



Sash Pulls. 




Full Size Cut of Nos. So and 81. 



SOi Ki-'/r. 



Tuscan Bronzed. 

No. 80. With Screws . Per Dozen, $1 70 

Berlin Bronzed. 

No. 81. With Screws . Per Dozen, $2 00 




Full Size Cut of No. S33. 
SOCKET. 

Solid Bronze. 



No. 833. With Screws 



Per Dozen, $6 00 



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Surface Sash Lifts. 



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Pull Size Cut ol No. 231. Patented. 

Tuscan Bronzed. 



No. 231. With Screws 



Per Dozen, $0 45 





Full Size Cut of Nos. 532 and 732. Pull Size Cut of Nos. S33 and 733. 

< !ast Brass. 

Per Dozen, $1 60 | No. 533. Without Screws Per Dozen, $2 25 

Nickel-Plated. 

No. 732. With Screws . Per Dozen, $3 25 | No. 733. With Screws . Per Dozen, $3 80 



No. 532. Without Screws 




Pull Size Cut of No. 523 

< !as1 Brass. 



No. 523. Polished and Lacquered ......... 

Surface Sash Lift and Lock. 



Pei Dozen, $3 20 



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No. 462. With Screws 




Full Size Cut of No. 462. 

Berlin Bronzed. 



Per Dozen, $1 60 



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Flush Sash Lifts. 




Full Size CuL of No. 



Tuscan Bronzed. 



No. 1286. With Screws 



Per Dozen, $0 90 




I'llll Size Oil of No r;K 7 



Tuscan Bronzed. 



No. 1487. With Screws 



Per Dozen, $1 00 




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Full Size Cut of No. 491. Talented. 



Berlin Bronzed. 



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No. 491. With Screws 



Per Dozen, $i 10 



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Sash Fasteners. 





Cut of No. o. 

PLAIN" LKVEB. 

Japanned. 

No. 0. Plain Rivet . . . 

No. 214. Porcelain Knob, Capped Screws ..... 

Berlin Bronzed. 

No. 311. Porcelain Knob, Round Head Screws .... 



Full Size Cut of Nos. 211 and 214. 



Per Dozen, $0 66 
" " » 45 

Per Dozen, $1 75 





Full Size Cut ol No. 41. Patented. Full Size Cut of No. 208. 

Berlin Bronzed. 

No. 41. Porcelain Knob, with Screws, Per Dozen, $1 90 No. 30§. Bronze Metal Kilobaud Rivet, with Screws. 

Per Dozen, $5 00 





Full Size Cut of Nos. 322 and 323. Patented. Full Size Cut of No 

Berlin Bronzed. 

No. 323. Bronze Metal Knob and Rivet, with Screws ...... 

No. 838. Nickel-Plated ' 



Nickel-Plated. 



No. 366. Plain Pattern, with Screws 



Per Dozen, $6 00 
" " 7 00 

Per Dozen, $23 30 



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Full Size Cut of Nos. 522 and 523. Patented. 

Berlin Bronzed. 

No. 522. Bronzed Metal Knob and Rivet, with Screws. I No. 523. Nickel-Plated Knob and Rivet, with Screws. 



Per Dozen, $4 25 



Per Dozen, $6 00 





Full Size Cut of No. 520 Patented. 
OPEN. 



Full Size Cut of No. 521. Patented. 
CLOSED. 



Berlin Bronzed. 

No. 520. Iron Knob, with Screws . Per Dozen, $1 80 | No. 521. Porcelain Knob, with Screws, Per Dozen, $2 25 



"Ive's" Patent BuferW Proof Sash Locks. 




No, IOI. Bronzed 

No. 105. Coppered, Polished Knob 



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Per Dozen. $1 25 | No. 40S. Bronzed, with Nickel-Plated Knob, Per Dozen, $2 00 
I 75 I No. 410. " " Bronze Metal " " " 200 



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Burglar Proof Sash Fasteners. 





Nos. 5 and 29. 



Nos. 10, 15, 30. 33, 35 and 73. 




Nos. 25, 27 and 4 



Self- Bolting. 

No. 5. Lacquered Iron, Wrought Irou Pin and Rivet 

10. Japanned Irou, Brass Cap and Knob 

15. Japanned Iron, Plated Cap and Knob . 

25. Bronzed Iron, Ornamental, Plain Plated Cap and Knob 

27. Bronzed Iron, Ornamental, Bronze Cap and Knob 

29. Nickel-Plated on Irou, Plain 

30. All Brass, Heavy ..... 
33. Nickel-Plated on Brass, Heavy 
35. Silver-Plated on Brass, Heavy . 
40. Ornamental Bronze, Heavy .... 
55. Ornamental Bronze, Extra Heavy 
73. Plain Bronze, Heavy . 



No. 55. 



Per Dozen, $ I 45 






1 85 






1 85 






' 2 00 






2 00 






' 6 00 






5 35 






8 00 






" 35 






' 6 00 






7 35 






6 00 



v_ 



All lire above panic ert with Screws. 



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Patent Surface Sash Centres. 



185 



r\ 




Full Size Cut of No. 01 





T'ull Si/e Cut of No. 033. 



Nos. Ol I 

Per Dozen Sets. $0 65 







^ — 








Pull Size Oil <>f No, 044. 




roii/i >d 


Iron. 






©22 




o:i:t 


044 


So 




1 25 


2 00 



Japanned Sash (Vntivs. 





ImiU Size Cut ■ •' 



Full Size Cut of No. 2. 



No. 22 



v_ 



IVr Gross, $5 00 



No. 2. Heavy. ,V'6 Inch Stem Per Gross, $6 75 

No. 4. " >s " " . " " 7 20 



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"Reiher's" Transom Lifters. 

SELF- LOCKING. 






TRA2TSOM HTNGED AT THE TOP. 

To find the length of lifter required : 

Measure from the floor to about the middle of 
transom, and deduct four feet. 



TRANSOM HINGED AT THE BOTTOM. 

To find the length of Rod required : 

Measure from the floor to the top of transom, 
and deduct five feet. 

TO THE ARCHITECTS. 



TRANSOM HINGED ON PIVOTS. 

To open " push up " the Rod. 

To find the length of Lifter required: 

Measure from the floor to the middle of the 

transom, and deduct four feet. 



Please specify the diameter of Lifter and length desired. 

Transoms hinged below require a longer rod than those 
hinged above. 

To ascertain the exact length of Lifters required for 
differently hinged transoms, a rule for measurement is given 
below each cut. 



Brackets supplied in accordance with mouldings, otherwise 
the regular size will be furnished. 

All the Lifters are reversible (either right or left), and 
without extra charge. 

The length of the Lifter is to be measured when the rod is 
drawn out of the Locking Bar to the lower notch. 



Improved. New Pattern. 

PRICE LIST. 

Fine Copper Finish. 



Length of Lifter, Feet, 3 


4 




5 




6 


7 


8 9 


10 


Diameter of Rod. 




















X Inch. 


Each. $0 90 


I 00 




I 10 




I 20 


I 30 


I 40 




5/i6 " 


" $1 3° 


1 45 




1 60 




1 75 


I 90 


2 OS 




X " 


" $1 7° 


1 90 




2 10 




2 30 


2 50 


2 70 2 90 


3 10 






Br 


ass 


or 


Real Br 


onze. 






Length of Lifter, Feet, 3 


4 




5 




6 


7 


8 9 


10 


Diameter of Hod. 




















'X Inch. 


Each, $2 80 


3 10 




3 40 




3 7° 


4 00 






5/i6 " 


" $3 20 


3 55 




3 90 




4 25 


4 60 


4 95 




X " 


" $3 65 


4 10 




4 SS 




5 °S 


6 45 


6 90 




1/4 Inch Rod 


lor Hotels and 


Dwell 


ii ir*. 


S'16 


for 


Offices 


and TVIediurn 


Transoms. 2/8 tor 


TaSOPBB 



Store Tra asoms. 



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Price 



SELF-LOCKINd SKYLIGHT LIFTEK. 



TO BE WORKED -WITH A CORD. 



Each, $1 75 



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Ven1 Qators. 

EOTIND. WHITE JAPANNED. 



I8 7 



\ 




Inch, 6 
Price, Each, $1 45 



Vertical Wheel, for Cords. 

8 10 

1 95 2 87 

OBLONG, TVJJITK JA.PA-N3SrKr>. 



3 73 




Vertical Wheel, all Fitted for Cords. 

Size of Opening, 4x6 4x8 4x10 4*15 6x8 6x10 Sxio Sxi2 9x14 10x14 10x16 12x18 16x24 
Price, Each, $1 40 1 60 1 75 2 40 2 00 2 20 2 62 2 92 3 72 4 40 4 90 7 15 13 25 



Cast Face Plates 



Outside Measure, 6x8 
Price, per Dozen, $2 50 





FOB BRICK WORK. Etc. 








6x10 


Sxio 8*M 


10x12 


10x14 


12x16 


3 00 


4 00 4 50 


S 75 


7 50 


11 00 



Door Buttons. 




Hull Size Cot of i'. Inch. 



No. 10. Japanned. 



V 



Inch, 1% 
Per Gross, $1 00 



1 20 1 50 



2 20 



Door Buttons on Plates. 




Inch 
Per Gross, $3 65 





Full Size Cut of 


■ X 


Inch. 


No. 


•jo. 


.T;l 


panned 


365 




4 20 




2 

4 75 



2% 

6 30 



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Diamond Ventilators. 

Patented Jan. 8. 188-t. 



"N 




Position in Wall or Sash, Partially Open. 
PRRFKCT VENTILATION GUARANTF.Kl) WITHOUT 

— FOR — 



DRAUGHTS. 



Buildings, Hotels, Hospitals, Schools, Churches, Dwellings, Lodges, Etc. 

PASSENGER, SLEEPING, EXPRESS, REFRIGERATOR AND FREIGHT CARS. 
The admission of air being under perfect control, hang up a Thermometer and carry any temperature you wish. 

THE DIFFUSION OF IN-CURRENT DESTROTS ALL DRAUGHTS. 

for summer or winter Ventilation, close your house. Windows down and locked. Perfect circulation of air through every 
apartment. The I "en I i la tors can he finished to correspond with any interior colors or decorations, cither in nickel, bronze or paints. 

BUILDINGS, Etc. — For large buildings, basements, halls, churches, lodges, etc., use any size Ventilator desired either in walls 
or windows. Any quantity of exterior air can be admitted or shut off at will. Thus any desired temperature can be maintained in 
any apartment. In large buildings keep the windows closed. It admits constant supply of fresh air without draughts. Tenants 
run no risk of cold, as when windows are raised or lowered, and landlords will save their cost every day in thus keeping windows 
closed — as against trying to heat all out doors, when windows are being opened either from above or below. 

HOTELS, ETC. — For Hotels, use in halls, bedrooms, bath rooms, etc. Any desired temperature can be held, and putting 
large sizes into partition walls, all odors from closets, etc., are carried into halls, instead of bedrooms, for iuhalation. The halls are 
the natural Ventilators of hotels and large buildings, and carrying certain lilies of Draught, do, when connected with a bedroom or 
closet, tend to produce a vacuum therein, thus removing odors, and purifying the apartments ; the admission of fresh air at the 
windows and foul air going out as described, must purify the apartments. 

SCHOOLS, ETC. — For schools or recitation rooms windows must not lie raised or lowered on account of the dangerous effects 
ot draughts. Under our system — owing to the diffusion of in-currents, or air admission — any person or child can sit within six 
inches of any Ventilator (wherever placed) without fear or risk of cold from draughts. A person blindfolded may be taken within 
six inches of any Ventilator in place. He will quickly notice the circulation of fresh air around him, but he cannot locate its 
admission, thus effectually overcoming the dangerous risk of direct draughts from the hoisting or lowering of windows, aside from 
having no control of air admission, and as before the expense of heating all out doors — under our system thus controlling air 
admissions, and the temperature, with the destruction of draughts, it would seemingly commend itself for the school room. 

HOSPITALS, ETC. — The most delicate patient may lie with head toward air admission. He may feel the air circulating about 
him, which can be admitted in any quantity or shut off at will, but assumes no risk from direct draughts. 

OFFICES, Etc. — For offices, sit within six inches of Ventilator if you wish and do your writing, you will not take any cold. 

BEDROOMS. — For bedrooms open Ventilators upon retiring (if closed) to admit any desireil volume for the night, close in 
the morning if room is too cold, open and close at will all times. 

Numbers. 

1. Opening i </ z In. Diatn., auv Length up to 2 In. 

2. " 2 ' 3 " 

?. " 3 ' 4 " 



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PRICS 


LIST. 






er Dozen. 


Numbers. 




Per Dozen 


12 00 


5. Opening 5 In. Diam. 


any length up to 6 In. 


$60 OO 


24 00 
36 00 


6. " 6 " 


7 " 


72 00 


7. " 7 " " 


" " 8 " 


84 00 
96 00 


48 00 


S. " 8 " 


" 9 " 



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Plain and Fancy Shelf Brackets. 



189 



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Inch 


3*4 


4x5 5x6 


Per Dozen, 


$0 48 


68 1 10 

N<>. 152. 


Inch, 


3 "4 


4*5 


Per Dozen, 


«i 35 


• 65 

No. 1 » 1 1 . 


Incli, 


3x4 


4x5 


Per Dozen, 


$1 40 


« 85 



N<>. isa. 
No. -LJ. Japanned. 

6x8 «xio 8x12 9x15 

1 50 2 10 2 75 3 50 

Tuscan Bronzed., with 

4';*o 5/4xS 6x 9 



No. 1H4. 



iox 12 
3 00 



T2X 14 

4 50 



I2X1S 

5 50 



screws. 

7x 10 
3 90 



2 25 2 50 3 15 

Tuscan Bronzed, with Screws. 
5x7 6x8 



8xi] 
4 50 



2 50 



3 'o 



7x9 
3 75 



Sx 10 
4 75 



13x20 
8 00 



iox 12 
6 30 



9x 12 
625 



Eland Rail Brackets. 




1 1 ;i 1 1 SIM Cut ol No. ioi. 



V 



No. AOl. With Screws 

No. aoa. 




Tuscan Bronzed. 



Hall Size Cut of No. 202. 



Per Dozen, $2 00 
2 SO 



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190 



"A 



Japanned Foot Scrapers. 




Half Size Cut of No. 



No. 1. One Dozen in a Package 



Per Dozen, $1 45 





ikili Size Cut m|' N". - 



No. *2. One Dozen in a Package 



Per Dozen, $0 95 




Nos. 3 and 4. Half Size Cut of No. 4. 



V 



No. 3. One Dozen in a Package 
No. 4. 



Per Dozen, $i oo 
I 45 






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Japanned Foot Scrapers. 




No. 6. Half Dozen in a Package 



No. 12. Half Dozen in a Package 



Half Size Cut of No. 6. 




Half Size Cut of No. 12. 




One-third Size of Cut No. 20. 

With Dish, Oasl in One Piece. 



No. !H>. Loose, notTackeil 

No. !I5. Large, Loose, not Packed 



191 



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Per Dozen, $1 90 



Per Dozen, $3 50 



Per Dozen, $ 8 00 
" 20 00 



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192 



Brass Screw Pulleys. 



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No. 35. Full Size Cut of i Inch. No. 37. 1-ull Size Cut of % Inch. 

CAST BRASS. POLISHED AND LACQUERED. 

N~<>. 35. Single Pulleys. 

H X ■ 

2 70 3 15 

No. .'IT. Double* PulU j yiS. 

H % 

3 60 4 40 



Inch, '. 
Per Dozen, $2 10 

Inch, ' 2 
Per Dozen, $3 25 



H 
2 35 



3 35 



4 00 



5 25 



Brass Side Pulleys. 





No. 115. Full Size Cut of \ ; Inch. 

N<>. 1X5. Single Wheel. 



WROUGHT BRASS. 



Inch, '. 
Per Dozen, $2 30 



2 60 



No. 117. Full Size Cut ol x /i Inch. 

No. 11T. Double Wheel. 

Inch, jz; 



Brass Upright Pulleys. 



Per Dozen, $3 40 
Brass Lookiiiu; Cxluss Screws 



H 
3 80 





Full Size Cut of No. 50. 

No. 50. Gael Braes. 

>s Inch, Polished and Lacquered . Per Dozen, $3 00 

Brass Door Buttons. 



Full Size Cut of 2% Inches. 
No. IO. 
Inch, 2 ?\ 2% 

Per Dozen, $1 70 1 80 1 85 



3 

2 20 



Brass 1 >oor Bullous on Plates. 



; ;i: ;, 



CAST BRASS. 



POLISHED AND LACQUERED. 




No. .".. 
Inch, l% i'/ z i^ 

Per Gross, $4 50 5 00 6 00 



6 so 



No. 15. Full Size Cut of iH Inch. 
No. IS. 
Inch, \% \% 2 

Per Gross, $13 75 15 50 18 75 



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Pulleys. 



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SINGLE SCREW. 




No. 45. Full Size Cut of lX Inch. 




No. 55. Full Size Cut of iji Inch, 
SIDE. 




Inch, 
Per Dozen, 


So 85 


1 
90 


Inch, 
Per Dozen, 


1 
So 55 


•X 
60 


1)4 Inch 






1 if Inch 







DOUBLE SCREW. 




No. 4;. Full Size Cut of 1'/, Inch. 



No. 25. Full Size Cut of \% Inch. 
•lAPAXXKD FINISH. 

No. 25. Side Pulleys. 

\'A \% iH 2 2% 2'A 

o 95 1 00 1 20 1 60 2 10 2 40 

No. 4:5. Screw Pulleys. Single. 

i'A iX 2 *X *%■ 

o 68 o 82 1 10 1 40 1 60 

No. -47. Screw Pulleys. Double. 

No. 55. Upright Pulleys. 



3 
3 SO 


4 
9 00 


5 
15 00 


3 
2 25 


4 
6 00 


5 
10 00 




Per Dozen, 


$1 50 




Per Dozen, 


$1 10 



V. 



I 30 



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194 




Japanned 



Incased Screw Pulleys. 



Inch, 2 
Per Dozen, $1 75 



Full Size Cut of 2 Inch. 



Japanned 



Incased Swivel Pulleys. 



■2-Yz Inch 
3 



Per Dozen, $2 50 
3 25 



No. 43. 



2'A 
2 25 



3 
3 00 




Full Size Cut oi 2'A Inch. 



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Hot House Pulleys. 




195 



~\ 



Full Size Cut of iK Inch. 



Inch, \% 
Per Dozen, $2 00 



No. 85. Single Wheel. Japanned. 



2 
2 40 



3 20 



4 20 




V 









Full Size Cut of iji Inch. 








No. 


87. 


Double Wheel. 


Japanned. 




Inch, i# 






2 


'X 


iX 


Per Dozen, $3 00 






3 60 


5 00 


625 

— -=. 



f 



196 



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Full Size Cut of 2 Inch. 



Japanned 



Ceiling Pulleys 



Inch, 1 ! 4 
Per Dozen, $i 25 



• 65 



2 40 



Japanned 



Hay Fork Pulleys. 



JMo. U?(i. 



Swivel Eye. 



5 luck 

6 " 



Per Dozen, $ 7 00 
12 00 




Half Size Cut of 6 Inch. 



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Awning Pulleys. 



197 



A 



Douni,B. 



JAPANNED. 



No. 75. Single Wheel. 



Inch, 2 
Per Dozen, $2 00 



3 00 



3 
4 00 



No. 77. Double "Wheel. 



Inch, 2 
Per Dozen, $3 50 



4 SO 



3 
6 00 




No. 75. Full Size Cut of 2 Inch 



No. 77. Full Size Cut of 2 Inch. 



SINGLE. 




Tackle Blocks for Awnings. 



SINGLE HLOCIiS. 

No. 74. Japanned. 

Inch, % % X 1 iX i^ 2 
Dozen, $0 50 o 60 70 85 1 00 1 30 2 50 

No. 17-1. Galvanized. 

Inch. \i % i, 1 

Per Dozen, $0 80 o 90 1 05 1 25 

Inch, 1 ' + 1 ', 1 \, 2 

IVr Dozen, $1 65 2 40 3 25 5 00 

DOUBLK HI. ix lvs. 

No. 1?<>. ( J-alvanized. 

Inch, 4 4 1 1 \ 1 '2 i' 4 2 
Per Dozen. $1 65 2 00 2 25 3 70 6 00 7 35 




ind |-| Full -Size Cut of I 1 , llu.ll 



No. 17ft. Full Size Cut of lU Inch. 



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Window Pulleys. 




LIGHT PIN PULLEYS. 

1 V Inch Wheel . . . Per Gross, $3 60 

2 " " . . . • " " 4 80 

Packed In Bulk. 



"PACIFIC" 
AXLE PULLEYS. 



1 % Inch Wheel 

2 " " 



Per Dozen, $0 50 
" " 62V2 

o 75 



Packed one dozen In a Package. 





3STo. 8. 

AXLE PULLEYS. 

RIVETED WTP.E AXLE. 
Polished 'Wheel. Tainted Face. 

1 V Inch Wheel . Per Dozen, $0 58 

2 . " " o 66 

Packed In Bulk. 



No. OO. 

AXLE PULLEYS. 

MILLED AXLE. 

-AJ1 Iron. 

i# Inch Wheel . . Per Dozen, $0 80 

2 " " . " " 1 00 

2% " *' . . " " 1 20 

Brass Face and "Wheel. 
2 Inch Wheel . . Per Dozen, $5 00 

2 /4 • • 00 

Packed one dozen in a Package. 




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Window Pulleys. 

'EMPIRE" SASH PULLEY. 



199 




GREAT SAVING OF TIME AND MATERIAL. 

These Pulleys can be fitted to the Window Frames at the rate of 60 per hour. 
No chisels used. No screws required. It is held more firmly and makes a better finish than any other Pulley in the world. 

Plain Face, Polished Wheel, S In., with 1/4 In. Steel Axles. 

PBICB. 
In Bulk .... Per Dozen, $0 65 | In Papers, one dozen each . Per Dozen, $0 71 

NOISELESS, HEAVY WROUGHT PEST AXLE PULLEYS. 




Bronzed Face. Polished Turned Wheel. 

ROUND GROOVE. 



No. 1§5. 2'/ 2 Inch Wheel . 

No. 198. 2% Inch Wheel . 
No. 194. 3 " 



CHAIN GROOVE. 



Per Dozen, $1 50 

Per Dozen, $2 00 
11 11 3 00 



"PACIFIC" ANTI-FRICTION SASH PULLEYS. 




Berlin Bronzed Finish. Ground Wheel. 

ROUND GROOVE. CHAIN GROOVE. 

2<4 Inch Wheel . . Per Dozen, $3 50 | 2 '2 Inch Wheel . 



Per Dozen, $3 50 



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Hopkins & Dickinson M'f'g Oo.'s Axle Pulleys. 



PLAIN. 




2Yz Inch, Ornamental Bronze Front, Brass Wheel 



I'er Dozen, $7 00 



ANTI-FRICTK >X. 




mm mm 



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With Steel Axle Turning on Steel Rollers. 

1ST... 11. 

2% Inch, Ornamental Bronze Front, Brass Wheel . .... Per Dozen, $ 9 00 

3 """•••....."" II 00 

-A.11 the above packed one dozen in a box, complete with Screws. 



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Sash Rollers. 



20I 




Full Size Cut of ?i Inch. 
No. lO. 




.Tapanned 



Full Size Cut of No. I. 



Inch, % U 7 A » "X 

Per Gross, $3 15 3 75 5 5° 7 5° 10 00 



EXTRA HEAVY. 

Nos. 12 3 

Width of Plate, 1 1% l)i Inch. 

Per Dozen, $1 00 1 50 2 20 



Sash Weights. 



SOLID EYES. 



All Weights 



Per lb. 




Well Wheels. 

SWIVEL HOOKS. 

Japanned. 

Diatn. Inches, S 10 12 

Per Dozen, $8 00 9 5° " 2 5 



[ron Sheaves for Blocks, Etc. 




Plain Sheaves. 

BaM Price for 1 Inch and Less in Thickness 
PRICE I-OK 

Inch, <\ i'-- '# 2 2 '* 

Cts., 12'. 15 »7# 2° 2Z '; 

Steel Roller Sheaves. 

Rase Price for c Inch and Less in Thickness 
PRICE FOB 

Inch, i', !'-• I* 2 2 * 
Cts., 25 30 35 40 45 



10 cts. 

25 



2'A 

50 



14 

20 00 




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Iron. 
PLAIN PIN HOT.K 



Iron. 
STEEL ROLLERS. 



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No. in. 



Sliding Shutter Sheaves. 

SUITABLE FOR 

Light Sliding Sash and Doors. 
Japanned Case. 

Grooves .»f Wheels Fit 1 1 s In.li Brass Rail. 

IRON WHEEL. 

No. 20. i}{ Inch . . Per Set of 4, $0 55 

BRASS WHEEL. 

No. 22. i^Inch . . Per Set of 4, $0 96 



HOPKINS & DICKINSON M'F'G CO'S 

ANTI -FRICTION 

Shutter Sheaves. 

Polished. Brass "Wheel. 

No. in. 
\% Inch .... Per Dozen, $2 90 




Full Size Cut of Nos. 20 ami 2.'. 




Sliding Door Sheaves. 



ROUND ESSE CASE. 



Japanned. 




No. 20. GROUND WHEEL. IRON AXLE. 




Inch, 3 4 


5 


Per Set of 4, $i 25 1 65 


2 30 


No. 30. POLISHED WHEEL. BRASS a-vt.t? 




Inch, 3 4 


5 


Per Set of 4, $2 40 3 10 


4 10 



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Patent Roller 
Sliding Door Sheaves. 



JAPANNED CASE. 

Inch, 2% 3 4 5 6 

Length of Run, 37 42 49 63 86 Inch. 

Per Set of 4, $3 00 4 00 5 00 6 00 8 00 

EXTRA HEAVY. 

6 Inch, Length of Run 116 In. . Per Set of 4, $12 00 




"Collins" Patent Anti-Friction Sheave. 




'COLLINS" SHKAVE No. \)i. 6 INCH. 



A Set <-<>iisists of -4 Sheaves. 



No. 1)4. s Inch, Wide Wheel, 9/16 Inch Groove 



No. 1%. 6 

No. 8. 3 

No. 3. 4 

No. a. s 

No. a. 6 



., 9I6 „ 

Ordinary Groove and Track 



v_ 



Per Set, $5 50 
" " 6 50 
" " 3 70 

4 SO 
" ' 5 SO 

6 50 



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"IVES" PATENT 



Parlor Door Hangers. 



PATENTED JUNE 22, 1886. 



Hangers, with Hard Wood Track, Complete, per Set of 4, $6 oo 

Circulars, showing full size Illustration of the Hangers, sent by mail on 
application. 



"WARNER'S" 

Patent Sliding Hangers 

FOR 

Parlor Doors, Etc. 

By their use the necessity of cutting carpets is obviated. 
There are no flanged wheels to ride or get off the track. There 
is no iron track on the floor. They are entirely concealed from 
view. The heaviest doors can he opened and closed with perfect 
ease. They can be readily adjusted to overcome settling or 
shrinkage. 

PRICE 

PER SET OF 4 

Hangers, with 28 Feet of Hard Wood Track. 

No. 1. $y z Inch Wheel . . $ 6 00 

No. 2. 4)4 " . . 10 00 





"PARA< H >TV" 

A nti -Friction Barn Door Hangers, 

SPECIFIED BY ARCHITECTS AND BUILDERS. 

The " Paragon " Hanger is claimed to be the best device for operating Sliding 
Doors ever shown to the Trade, 

B K C -A. I" SK 
It is the strongest and most durable, made in one solid piece from air-furnace 
refined malleable iron [no bolls or rivets to wear and work loose), is the easiest 
operated, impossible to derail and never requires lubricating, and is by far the 
handsomest and finest finished Hanger in the market. Using the only polished 
steel Tee-Rail ever invented. Are made in three sizes (4 to 24 ft. run) for Barn 
and Warehouse use. 



No. 
No. 



1. Runs 6 Keel 

2. " S " 



Rail. 



Per Hundred Feet 



Per Dozen Pairs, $15 00 
" 18 00 

$8 00 



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Barn Door Rollers. 



205 








Round 


Groove "Wheel. 






Nos., 

Diameter of Wheel, 

Per Pair, 


104 

4 
$0 60 


105 

5 
72 


106 

6 
90 


108 

8 
1 25 


no 

10 Inch 
' 75 



Bam Door Hangers. 




Checked Back. 
N1-;\V HNCUAND. 





V. 





ROIND 


GROOVlv 








Diameter of Wheel, Inch, j 


4 




5 


6 


8 


New England, Per Pair, $0 70 


I 10 




I 50 


I 80 




Round Groove, " 


75 




I 00 


I 15 


I 80 


Climax, 


1 50 




2 00 







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2o6 




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"Scranton' 



No. 5. 5 Inch Wheel, for Medium Doors, runs 10 Feet 

No. 6. 6 " " " Heavy " " 12 " 

No. 7. 6 " " " Extra Heavy Doors, runs 1 8 Feet 




"Scranton" 

Single Wheel 

Hangers. 

STEEL. 

ANTI - FRICTION 

FOR 

IRON TRACK. 

3STo. 1. 
5 INCH 'WHEELS. 

Runs io Ft. Per Doz. Pairs, $15 00 

1 Dozen Pairs in a Case. 

No. ia. 

4 INCH 'WHEELS. 

Runs 5^ Ft. Per Doz. Pairs, $12 50 
1 Dozen Pairs in a Case. 



Hangers. 



Per Pair, $4 50 
" " 6 00 
" " 7 50 




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No. 3. 



" Scranton " 
Steel Friction Hangers. 



SQUARE GROOVE 

FOR 

IRON TRACK. 

Japanned. 

AXLES BEST NORWAY IRON. 
No. 3. 

Loops Heavy Steel. 

5 Inch Wheels . . . Per Dozen Pairs, $8 00 

One dozen pairs in a case. 

No. e. 
Loops 1 1/2x3/16 Steel. 

2,}i Inch Wheels . . . Per Dozen Pairs, $4 50 
Two dozen pairs in a case. 



"Scranton" Door Trimmings. 




No. 9. 



\m. 



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Wrought Iron Track. Lock Joint. 



1 x % Inch, Round Edge 



Per 100 feet, $5 00 
6 00 



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"Scranton" Stay Roller. 

.T;i] tanned. 

Adjustable tor Doora from H to 3K Indies Xliiclc. 
Single ..... Per Dozen, $2 00 



Hanger 
Track Bracket. 

With 3 Inch Screws . Per Hundred, $2 00 



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The Nickel Hangers for Barn Doors, Gates, Etc. 



A I.J, STEEL. 



\ NT! - FK'K !TI< )TST. 



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I '' 1 ' ; "' 11 ' "' first-olaas Bessemer Steel, bent from channel bars while hot. Malleable Iron 

rider bars with ribbed recesses tor frames, ■-<• thoroughly braced 

as t'> be equal to t^oliil BVargings. 

They are easy to put on. 

They run easily and <1<>u"i lt<-i out of order. 

They require no oiling, and no extra care -.i any sort. 

They won't break, and they can't wear ..ut. 

DESCRIPTION AND PRICES. 



No. O. For 20 ft. Doors 
No. 1. " 12 " 
No. 2. " 7 ■• •• 



Per Dozen Pairs, $25 00 

20 00 

15 00 



Special Rail for above 



Per ft., $0 05 (See page 220) 



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No. O will carry 6,000 lb. Width 3/16 In. Flat Bar Steel to carry same weight, 4.45 In. 

No. 1 •• •• 4 ,ooolb. •• 3 / l6 •• • 2S3ln 

No. 2 " •• 2,200 lb. » 3/l6 I59ln 



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"Donnelly's" Patent Gate Rollers. 






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These Rollers were gotten up bj Mr. Donnelly at the request of various parties in San Mateo County, who were in want of a 
good, Btrongand reliable article for farm use. They have now been invented some three years, and are in use on many of the 
principal farms of San Mateo. Redwood, and other localities in that neighborhood. 

The Rollers are made of the best Cast Iron, are to inches in diameter, and have a Steel Axle, % inch thick, (and as the Axle 
moves forward, in slots, each side of the frame B). instead of remaining stationary (as is the ease with the old style of gate-rollers), 
the friction is almost nothing in a movement of 12 feet 

The Track of the Gate is made of Wrought Iron, half round, . inch wide, and can be furnished all in one piece up to a length 
of 34 feet, thereby avoiding any joints or roughness for the Rollers to pass over, and at the same time furnishing a strong track over 
which loaded teams can be driven without fear of breaking the rail. 

Sena for Complete Circular. 

PRICES. 

„ n ■ «, „ I Rail Per Foot, $3 ro 

Rollers * er ra,r ' * 2 5° I Ka " ■ 

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Dumb Waiter Fixtures. 



SEE DESCRIPTION 




Style of Waiter with Stationary 

Shelves for Private 

Residences. 



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Style of Waiter with Hinged 

Shelf for Flats and 

Restaurants. 



PATENT i>r \iu w.vri'KK- 



Dwelling House, Restaurant, Hotel and Light Factory Use. 

WAITEF.S CAN BE MADE TO FIT ANY SIZED OPENING. 

Weights Required for these Fixtures. 

For light work, a weight ten pounds heavier than the box is sufficient. For use in Plats, or where required to run more than one 
Story, the weight should be fifteen to twenty pounds heavier than the box, 

Weight and Rope Furnished by us If Desired. 

PRICKS A2TX> S12;>-,s OF ETIXTTJBKS. 

For Openings, 19 to 22 Inches Wide, use a 16 Inch. Prices for Fixtures only 

23 to 27 " " •• 20 " ' 

2S to 32 " " •• 2+ " " " " " 

34 to 38 ' 30 " ..„•.... 



Single Face. 


Doubk Pace 


$25 00 


$30 00 


27 S° 


35 00 


30 00 


38 00 


35 00 


42 00 



In ordering Double-Face Fixtures, give Dimension of Well Hole, in order to obtain proper length of Shaft. 
Double-Face ITixl ares 1 <> order only. INot kepi in Stock. 



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Description of "Cannon's" Dumb Waiter Fixtures. «M 




Directions tor Cutting up "Camion 

Use I '4 inch board for shelf, on which securely fasten the 



fixture as shown in cut, also use i \ inch hoard for bottom 
shelf, on which the Waiter rests, when it is down. 

See that fixtures set perfectly plumb and level on top shelf. 

For light work use s s manilla rope ; for heavy work use % 
manilla rope, both on the hoist wheel and for attaching weight 
to Waiter. 

For private residences we can furnish a fine drab braided 
cotton rope, which, fastened with steel couplings, is preferable 
for handling to the manilla rope in general use. 

In this cut the two Friction Rollers, A. a, 'd B, arc shown 
as being close together ; this may not necessarily be, as A. 
should always be so placed as to catch the rope, plumb, from 
the small shaft wheel, and 3 must be on edge of shelf to carry 
the weight clear of the Waiter side. 

V.\ .hanging these rollers, the weight can be coursed in 
any direction desired, either on side, back or in the corner. 

In this age of improvements, many articles for the conve- 
nience of the householder have been invented and introduced 
into new buildings, and also in the remodeling of old ones. 

Although Dumb Waiters have been in use for many years, 
there seem to have been until recently but few, if any improve- 
ments made over the old styles. 

Bven the most common articles of household use have 
undergone far more improvements than the Dumb Waiter. 

F\>i- Illustrations and 



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Patent Ihiinl) Waiter Fixtures. 

People seemed to consider that a box, a rope and a weight 
were all that was necessary to .give them the means of trans- 
porting their dishes and other articles to the different floors of 
their dwellings, notwithstanding this combinatiou jarred, and 
often caused a disastrous smash of the load intrusted to its care. 

In private residences where a Dumb Wniter is required, 
"Cannon's" Patent will be found to give entire satisfaction. 
For all ordinary purposes it does not require a clamp to hold it 
in position, as it will sustain a weight of from 35 to 50 pounds 
without running down. But where the Waiter is to be loaded 
in excess of that weight, the clamp must be used to insure 
perfect safety. 

The working parts being of Iron and the shaft running on 
Babbit Metal, they are strong as well as noiseless. 

Any good mechanic can build the Waiter, and by attending 
to the directions can apply the fixtures. 

There are many cases where a Waiter is wanted to open in 
front on one floor, and in the back on another. This requires 
a double-faced fixture, which is our regular fixture, with a hoist 
wheel on each end of the shaft. 

In splicing the hoisting-rope, care should be taken to have 
the sliding sheave, which goes under the bottom shelf, remain 
in the centre of guide rods ; this will allow for the shrinkage 
or stretch of the rope. Waiters running more than two stories, 
the sliding sheave can be dispensed with. 
Prices*, see opposite Page. 



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"Lockett's" Railroad Step Ladder. 



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PATENTED. 




'Lockett" Railroad Step Ladder: 



Reasons why every Store should use the 

1. The Ladder is always in its place. 

2. It is never in the way. 

3. It prevents scratching and marring the shelving and goods on shelves. 

4. It is perfectly steady, and any one can use it with perfect safety — a heavy man as well as a light one. 

5. You can reach goods on shelving near ceiling just as easily as those lower down. 

6. A man can easily pull himself along while slandiug on the ladder, without being obliged to get down and place ladder twice 
to reach goods a few feet away. 

7. The ladders will very soon pay their cost by saving time in taking down and putting up goods. The top shelf is made wide 
on this account. 

8. When once equipped with ladders and rail all expenses in that line are at an end. 

9. Every one who has used them pronounce them PERFECT. 

10. Should you have occasion to change your place of business, the ladders and rail (rail being made in sections) can be taken 
down and adjusted in another place. 

In ordering Ladder Fixtures and Rail be particular to observe the 

following Directions: 

First. — State how many Ladders you will require. (Would suggest using one for every 30 to 50 feet of shelving. ) 
Second. — Give length of Rail required. 

Third. — Give number of Standards in each line of shelving, and send a diagram giving distances from the centre of each 
Standard. This information is necessary in order for us to know the number of Brackets you will require. 

PRICE OF ALL THE IKON WORK COMPLETE FOR THE LADDERS. 

Roller Hangers and Braces .......... Per Pair or Set, $12 00 

Brackets for Holding Rail in Place ... ..... Each, 60 

Jointed Rail, Finished with Splice Screws ........ Per Foot, 40 

Xiaddera may be seen Workiiui ;il 

NOS. 17 AND 19 BEALE ST., NOS. Ill, 113 AND 115 CALIFORNIA ST., 

Nos. 118 and 120 Market St., Nos. 117 and 119 California St., 



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Stubs and Plates. 



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No. 2. Square, Heavy 



Inch, 1 U 
Per Gross, $12 15 



flate. 




Full Size Cut. 



Japanned. 



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Full Size Cut of No. J. 



Shutter Screws. 




.I:i] iniiiii 'd. 
Heavy. Square 'riinvni. 



13 3° 



13 6 ° 



Castors. 




Plate. All Iron. 
Nos. 1 2 :t I 5 

Per Set, $0 11 13 15 o is o 22 

Pinto. Brass Wheel. 
Nos. 31 12 -fl 31 35 

IVr Set, $0 24 o 28 33 o 42 o 48 

Plate. All r$vn--. 
Nos. »1 94 93 94 95 

Ter Set, $0 40 o 50 60 o 75 o 90 

Philadelphia Pattern. 

Iron Horn. Iron Wheel. 
Nos. 90I 904 903 904 905 

Ter Set. $0 12 13 IS 17 o 19 



6 


1 


27 


36 


36 


37 


60 


80 


96 


97 


1 10 


1 S° 



906 

o 22 



Per Gross, $4 00 



14 00 



PHILADELPHIA. 




Full Size Cut of No. 903. 



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Socket Casters. 



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DEEP SOCKET. 



SHALLOW SOCKET. 





No. 21. Full Size Cut of j>a Inch. No. 120. Full Size Cut of \V* Inch. 

All Brass. 

No. 21. No. 120. 

Diam. of Socket, In., % 1 i.' s \% i 3 /s *'A I Diam. of Socket, In., ^ I l'/s I'X iyi, I'/z 

Per Set, $0 72 o 77 o 92 1 08 1 30 1 65 I Per Set, $0 45 55 o 70 87 1 00 I 20 



Iron Bed Casters. 



Bracket Bed Casters. 



Copper 



Bronzed. 




Nos. 403 

Per Set, $0 17 



Iron Wheel. No. 404. 

404 405 

o 19 o 21 



Copper 



Bronzed. 




406 I No. 603. Maple Wheel, 3 Inch 
o 23 I No. 604. Apple " 3 " . 



Per Set, $0 90 
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Store Truck Casters. 



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Half Size Cut of Nos. 825 and 845. 

Japanned.. 

Stat LOnary. 

No. 828. 3 Inch Wheel Each, $0 26 

No. §24. 4 " " 35 

No. §25. A</z " "0 41 

"Willi N.iisi-lc'ss TuniPil Wheel. 

No. §45. 4)4 Inch Wheel . . . Each, $0 77 



Pianoforte Casters. 



Halt Size Cut of Nos. 835 and 855. 

Swivel. 

No. §83. 3 Inch Wheel . . Each, $0 32 

No. §.14. 4 " " . " 40 

No. §35. 4'i " ' . SO 

"With \oiscU-ss 'I'in-iif'd Wheel. 

No. §55. 4'i Inch Wheel . . Each, $1 10 

Bedstead Fastenings. 





Pall Sum Cat of N 
\n Iron. 
No, 1§. Turned Wheel. Short lk.iw Stein, for Upright 
Pianos, etc., per set. $o 90 



Half Size Cut of No. 5. 

Double Hook. 



No. •■». 4'^ Inch 



Per Set, $0 27 



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Martin's" Casters. 



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ROUND PLATE. 

No 2. For Parlor Chairs aud other 
very Light Furniture. 




OBLONG rtATE. 

No. 3. For Invalid and Office Chairs, Extension and 
Light Tables, Rope Reels, Flower Stands, etc. 




ROUND PLATE. 

No. 4. For Bedsteads, etc. , etc. 

No. 5. For Heavy Bedsteads, Book Cases, Flower Stands, Refrigerators, Safes, Sideboards, Desks, or very Heavy Furniture. 

No. 6. For Pianos, Extra Heavy Sideboards, and Book Cases. 

Round and Oblong Plate 

WITH 
Iron 01* Hiiirnxim "Vitpe Wlicpl. 



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PRICK LIST. 
No. 2. Diameter of Wheel 1 Inch, Round or Oblong Plate 
No. 3. " " " iy s " 

No. 4. " " " 1% 

No. 5. " " " 2 " " " " " . 

No. 6. " " " n/ % " 



Per Set of 4, $0 80 

4, 85 

" " " 4, o 90 

4, 1 00 

4. 1 25 



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ORDINARY STEM. 

No. 2. For Parlor Chairs and 

other very Light 

Furniture. 



"Martin's" Casters. 



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ORDINARY STEM. 

No. S$. For Invalid and Office Chairs, 

Extension and Light Tables, 

Rope Reels, Flower 

Stands, etc. 



ORDINARY STEM 

No. 4. For Bedsteads, etc., etc. 

No. 5. For Heavy Bedsteads, Book Cases, Flower Stands, Refrigerators, Safes, Sideboards, Desks, or very Heavy Furniture. 

No. 6. For Pianos, Extra Heavy Sideboards and Book Cases. Furnished with Phoenix Stein. 



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Ordinary Stem 

WITH 
Iron or I.iirmiin Vit:e "Whoel. 

PRICE LIST. 
No. it. Diameter of Wheel 1 Inch ...... 

No. :l. i# " 

No. I. iH " 

No. 5. 2 

No. 6. \ji " with Phoenix Stem 



Per Set of 4, $0 80 

* 4, o 85 

4, o 90 

" "4, 1 00 

4, I 25 



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"Martin's" Casters. ' 




No. 10. OBLONG PLATE CASTER 

No. 7. For Show Cases, etc. , etc. 

No. 8. For Show Cases, Light Store Trucks, Ice Chests, Heavy Refrigerators, Heavy Flower Stands, etc. Especially useful as 
a track under Sample Stoves, or any heavy Sample Goods. 

No. 10 is particularly adapted to Heavy Ice Chests, Magazine Boxes, Store Trucks, Heavy Show Cases, Beer Boxes, Large 
Refrigerators, or any very heavy weight. Warranted to sustain 4,000 pounds. 

No. \'2. Medium Warehouse Trucks. 

No. 14. Warehouse Trucks, or for carrying any immense load. 

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PRICK LIST. 
No. 7. Diameter of Wheel 2'., Inch, Round or Ohiong Plate 

No. 8. 2\ 

No. 10. ' 3' s 

No. 12. 4'4 " Oblong Plate 

No. 14. " " " 4^ ' 



Per set of 4, $1 50 

4. 1 75 

4, 2 00 

' 4, 6 00 

4, 7 SO 



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I I. AT URACKHT CASTER 

Bracket to fit plain surface, adapted to No. 5 Caster. The weight being sustained from bottom of furniture, one screw- 
only may !>e used. 

LlGNtTM vrr.K \vh>:i-:i .. 



Flal Bracket. 



No. 5. Diameter of Wheel -' Inch 



Per Set of 4. $1 SO 



Corner Bracket. 



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No. li. Diameter of Wheel 2 Inch 



Per Set of 4. $1 50 



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Barn Door Rail. 



Suitable for Round Groove Hangers, and Rollers Nos. 104 to no. See Page 205. 

No. 44. Yz Inch, for Small Wheels ........... Per Foot, $0 06'^ 

No. 45. % " " Medium " . . . . . . . " " 09 

No. 47. 7/z " " Large " . . . . . . . " " o 14 

Hanger Rail. Angle. 

Suitable for "New England" and "Climax" Hangers. See Page 2n.s. 

No. 10. For Small Wheels ............ Per Foot, $0 06 

No. 12. " Medium " ............"" o 07H 

No. 14. " Large " . . . . . . . " " 09 

Door Kail for "New England." Hangers. 

See Page 205. 
No. 2. For Small Wheels ............ Per Foot, $0 08 

No. 4. " Medium " . . . . . . " " o 09 

"The Nickel" Barn Door Bail. ■ 

*""«& ' "Si <Zj "ST !"■■■■. !~1 

See Page 20S. All the Nickel Bam Door Hangers use the same Rail. SECTIONAL VIEW. 

In 2 Feet Lengths ............. Per Foot, $0 05 

Rail for Sliding Door Sheaves Nos. 20 and 30. 

■a 

= 3 = ,J> ^J 

See Page 202. 

No. 135. i<4 Inch Wide, Painted, in 2 Feet Lengths ........ Per Foot, $008 

No. 145. 1% " " " " 2 " " . . . " " IQ'/i 

No. 155. 2 " '■ " " 2 " " ..... o 18 

Hopkins & Dickinson M'fg Co.'s Jointed Rail for "Collins" Sheaves. 




See Page 203. 

BRONZE 



No. 21. % Inch 



Per Foot, $0 60 | No. 21 </ 2 . 9/16 Inch 



Per Foot, $0 70 



Wrought 
Brass Rail, 




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Suitable for Sheaves Nos. 20, 22, 30 and in. 
See Page 202. 

1% Inch Flange, Per Foot, $0 I2# 

In Lengths of 4, 6 and 8 Feet. 



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Giant Metal Sash Chain. 




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Advantages as a Substitute 

FOB. CORD IN 

Hanging Weights to Windows. 

First.— It has greater tensile strength than any 
other chain of the same weight. 

Second.— It resists the friction of one link on the 
other better than any other metal. 

Third. — It is not affected by exposure to the 
elements, or by salt air or water, and does not corrode 
and rust. 

Fourth.— It does not crystallize, or become brittle, 
or lose its vitality by continuous use, as is the case 
with inferior metals. 

Fifth.— It is made by automatic machinery, and 
is therefore more uniform in construction and quality, 
as a defective link invariably stops the machine. 

Sixth. — It runs freely over the ordinary pulley, 
round or square groove. 

Seventh.— The fixtures for attaching to the sash 
and to the weight are more substantial and durable, 
and very simple and easily applied. 

EIGHTH. — The sash with our fixtures can be readily 
disengaged, and the windows taken out for washing or 
other purposes. 

Ninth.— The Giant Metal Sash Chain will 
endure more strain without stretching than any other 
metal, and there is no danger of the weights striking 
the bottom of the pocket, if hung properly, nor of 
the chain becoming too long to close the sash. 

Tenth. — It does not absorb moisture, like even 
the best of cord, and runs as freely in wet weather as 
in dry. 



PBicn OF" SASH CHAIN AND FIITUUKS. 



No. 1. Giant Metal Chain 

No. a. 

No. a. Red 

No. 8. Steel " 

Fastenings, Window of Two Sashes 



Per Foot, $0 12 

" " o 10 

" " o 08 

" " o 06 

" Set, o 18 



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Silver Luke" Braided Sash Cords. 




Nos. 7 
Size, Inch, 7/32 
Feet in lb, 55 

White Cotton 

Drab 

Italian Hemp 



Twisted Sash ( 'on Is. 




No. 4. Peerless American Hemp ......... Per Dozen, $ 4 00 

No. 2. Ludlow's Russian " . . . . " " 5 00 

No. 12. " Italian ".......... ""75° 

No. 5. " Extra . . . . . . 12 00 

Irish Flax Hand Laid Sash Cords. 

>/4(S 5/16 Inch Diameter ........... Per Pound, $0 50 

"Silver Lake" Braided Cotton Rope. 





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Nos. 14 


16 






18 






20 


24 


28 


Size, Inch, 14/32 


16/32 






18/32 






20/32 


24/32 


28/32 


Feet in lb, 20 


15 






11 






8 


7 


5 




One 


1 Iii/.i '11 


I tanks 


iii 


a 


Bundle. 






White Cotton, all Sizes 




Per lb, 


$0 


55 1 


Drab Cotton, all Sizes 




Per lb, $0 60 



Iii Coils of arty Length required, suitable tor Dumb w aitex's, Yaoh-t Rigging, <1<'. 

"Silver Lake" Braided Chalk Lines. 




20 Feet Hanks, 12 Hanks in a Bundle, all in one Piece. 
Nos. I 2 3 8# 

Per Gross, $6 oo 6 50 7 00 7 50 18 00 



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Nos. I 
Per Gross, $2 62 



No. 27. 100 Feet Long 



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Twenty Feet Lines. 

2 3 4 6 7^ 

3 00 3 75 4 00 6 00 7 50 

Mason's Lines. 

Colored Cotton. 

Pef Dozen, $3 00 | No. 28. 50 Feet Long 



9 IOK 

9 00 10 50 



Per Dozen, $1 50 



Galvanized Wire 




Clothes Lines. 



IOO Feet in a Coil. 
No. 19. Six Strands of No. 19 Wire ami one of Hemp .... 



Per Dozen Coils. $8 00 



Manilla and Sisal Rope. 



Per Pound. 



IN COILS. 



Manilla. 



I 1/4 In. Cir. (7/16 Din.), Base Sizes 

12 Thread " (3/8 " ), 

9 " " (5'«> " I. 

6 " " (1/4 " ), 



IN COILS. 


Per Pound. 


Sisal. 


Manilla. 


Oil Well Rope 

Tarred Marline and Houseline 







A.verage Length and Weight of Rope. 



Diameter. 


Circumference. 


Length 
per pound. 


Length of 
Coil. 


Average 
Weight of 

Coil. 


Diameter. 


Circumference. 


Length 
per pound. 


Length of 
Coil. 


Average 

Weight 11I 

Coil. 


1/4 inch. 


6 thread. 


50 feet. 


150 fms. 


18 lbs. 


I 3/8 inch. 


4 inch. 


2 110 feet. 


125 fms. 


358 lbs. 


5/16 " 


9 


■• 


33 


140 " 


27 •' 


1 7 16 " 


414" 


1 7/8 " 


125 " 


400 " 


3/8 " 


12 


•• 


25 


135 " 


32 " 


1 1/2 " 


4 1/2 " 


1 5/8 - 


125 " 


462 " 


7/16 " 


' 1 4 


inch. 


19 


150 " 


46 " 


1 5/8 " 


5 


1 1/3 " 


125 " 


562 '• 


1/2 " 


, . 9 


•• 


'4 


140 " 


60 " 


13 4 " 


5 1/4 " 


1 1/4 " 


125 •' 


600 " 


9/16 " 


■ J/4 


•• 


10 


■25 " 


75 " 


1 7/8 ■' 


5 1/2 " 


11.12 •■ 


125 " 


700 " 


5/8 " 


2 


■• 


7J 2" 


125 " 


100 " 


2 


6 


1114 inch. 


125 " 


800 " 


3/4 " 


^ 1 4 


•• 


6 


125 •• 


125 " 


a 1 8 " 


61/2 • 


9 


125 " 


IOOO " 


13/16 " 


2 1/2 


" 


5 


«5 " 


150 " 


2 14 " 


7 


8 


iaj " 


1125 " 


7/8 " 


^ 3/4 


•• 


412" 


125 " 


167 - 


1 1 2 


7 J/2 " 


712 " 


125 • 


I20O " 


I 


3 


•• 


3 5/8 " 


125 •• 


208 " 


2 5/8 " 


8 


6 


125 " 


I500 " 


1 1/16 " 


3 !/4 


■• 


3 ,S ■ 


125 " 


240 " 


2 778 


8 1/2 '• 


512 '■ 


125 '■ 


1636 " 


1 1/8 •• 


3 «/ 2 


•• 


2 2/3 " 


■ 25 " 


2S2 •• 


3 


9 


5 


125 " 


1800 " 


114 " 


3 3/4 




2 1,3 " 


125 " 


322 " 













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Bright Wire and Brass Screw Hooks. 





9 10 

Bright Iron Screw Hooks. 





Nos. 9 IO 

Per Gross, $2 50 2 25 



11 

2 00 



12 

I So 



13 

1 70 



■ 2 13 14 

Brass Wire Screw Hooks. 

14 I Nos. 1009 1010 1011 1012 1013 1014 

1 60 I Per Gross, $6 50 5 25 4 25 3 50 3 00 2 75 



Square Turn Iron and Brass Screw Hooks. 




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113 114 

Iron, Square Turn Screw Hooks. 



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Nos. 


104 


105 


100 


107 108 109 110 111 


112 


ll:i 


Per Gross, 


$6 00 


S 00 


4 00 
Brass, 


3 00 2 75 2 50 2 25 2 00 
Square Turn Screw Hooks. 


1 80 


1 70 


Nos. 


1104 


1105 


1106 


1107 110§ 1109 lllO 1111 


1112 


1113 


Per Gross, 


$22 00 


18 50 


15 5° 


11 00 8 00 6 50 5 25 4 25 


3 SO 


3 00 



114 

1 60 



1114 

2 75 



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Bright Iron and Brass Screw Hooks. 



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225 




Brass, Nos. 1005 

lion Wire Hooks. , Brass Wire Hooks. 

Nos. O 1 4 :| 4 5 6 «'.. 7 B I Nos. IOO-I 1005 1006 KKKi 1007 10©8 

Gross, $12 00 10 00 800 700 600500400350300275 Per Gross, $22 00 18 50 15 50 14 00 II 00 8 00 



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226 



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Wire Cornice Hooks and Eyes. 




Full Size Cut of 2V; Inch. 

Bright Wire Cornice Hooks. With Eyes. 

Inch, 2 2>/ 2 3 ii4 4 A'A 5 S'A 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 

Iron, per Gross, $6 50 7 00 7 50 8 00 8 50 9 00 10 00 n 00 12 00 13 00 15 00 17 00 19 00 22 00 25 00 

Wire Gate Hooks and Eyes. 




Full Size Cul of -'J~ Inch. 




Inch, 1)4 
Iron, per Gross, $6 50 

Inch, 1% 



Bright Wire Grate Hooks and. Eyt.-s. 

2 2'A 3 s'A 4 4'A 5 

7 50 8 50 10 00 11 50 12 50 14 00 15 50 

Brass Wire Grate Hooks and Eyes. 

2 2 A i i'A 4 4'A 5 



s'A 6 

17 00 19 00 



s'A 



Brass, per Gross, $12 00 16 00 20 00 25 00 32 00 40 00 50 00 55 00 60 00 70 00 



Brass Ring Handles. 






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No. ( >. 






No. 1. 






No. 'J. 




Ring, Inch, 'A 


H 


Ring, Inch. ; 4 


n 1 




Ring, 1 Inch. 




Per Gross, $3 20 


3 60 


Per Gross, $4 75 


5 25 


Per Gross 




$6 7S 






Brass 


Curtain 


Rings. 






SCREW RING. 


CURTAIN Nos>> 


ISO 


18 


18 18 


16 


16 


14 


^^t 


RING - Size, 


X 


H 


'A H 


X 


H 


1 


g | 


Per Gross, 




$0 27 


35 

Brass 


40 50 

Screw 


75 

Rings. 


95 


1 35 


1 


^-— "^ Nos., 


18 


16 


16 


16 


16 


14 


1 


Size, 


y* 


'A 


H 


H 


H 


1 


! h Inch. 


Per Gross, 


$1 00 


1 75 


2 25 


2 80 


3 20 


5 00 





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Wrought Hammock Hooks. 



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227 




Full Size Cut of No. 57. 

Wrought Iron, 7/i6 Inch Diameter. "With Plate. 

No. 57. Galvanized, 7/16 Inch .......... Per Dozen, $2 80 




Hull Size Cut ol No. 67. 



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Wrought lion. 7 '6 inch Diameter. With Screw. 

No. 67. Galvanized, 7/16 Inch .... Per Dozen, $2 6 S 



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228 



Clothes Line Hooks. 




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Full Size Cut of No. 1, Japanned, and No. 21, Galvanized. 





Full Size Cut of No. 2, Japanned, and No. 22, Galvanized. 



Full Size Cut of No. 3, Japanned, and No. 23, Galvanized. 



Nos. 1 



Per Dozen, $1 30 



Japanned. 
•2 

o 75 



3 

60 



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Nos. 21 
Per Dozen, $2 10 



Galvanized. 
22 



23 



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Wrought Hooks and Staples. 




Full Size Cut ol 3% Inch. 



STAPLES MADE BY HAND PKOM SOBWAT IKON. 



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229 



No. 10. Wrought Iron. 

Inch, 2K 3 S'A 4 4'A 5 5^ 

Per Gross, $6 50 7 50 8 50 10 00 11 00 12 00 13 00 



r § 

18 00 23 00 



No. 12. Gralvanized Wrought Iron. 
Inch, a# 3 3'A 4 4^ 5 5K 6 7 

Per Gross, $9 50 n 00 1250 1450 1650 1750 1950 2100 2600 

S 1/2 to B Tncli. quarter sn-i.w* in a box. 7 and >< Inoh. one-sixth Grnss. 



8 
35 00 



Wrought Awning Hooks. 




Full Size Cut of 3 Iuch. 



No. <>(>. Wrought Iron. 

Inch, 1% -i J'. 8 3}i 4 

Per Gross. $6 00 6 50 7 00 7 50 8 00 9 00 



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13 00 



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230 



Coat and Hat Hooks. 




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Nos. 8 
Per Gross, $2 70 

No. 108. (Same size as No. 8) 



Full Size Cut of No. 48. 

Japanned. 

28 
4 5° 

Copper Bronzed. 



48 
6 50 



Per Gross, $2 70 



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Coat and Hat Hooks. 



231 



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Full Size Cut of No. 75. 




Full Size Cut of No. 20. 



No. 75 



Japanned. 
Per Gross, $z 50 | No. 20 



Per Gross, $3 75 




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Full Site Cut of No. 11.;. Patented. 

t lopper Bronzed. 

No. 113 or *» Per Gross. $4 50 



Full Size Cut of No 70. 

Walnut Bronzed. 

No. 70. .-, Inch Per Gross, $2 55 

No. SO. iVi - 3 20 



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232 



Ceiling Hooks. 




Full Size Cut of No. 33, with Screw Holes. 



Wardrobe Hooks. 




Full Size Cut of No. 505, 



Ceiling Hooks, 
No. 32. With Cast Screws . Per Gross, $2 75 

No. 33. " Screw Holes " " 3 00 



Japanned. 



W&Pdro'be Hooks. 
Nos. 504 5©5 

Per Gross, $1 70 2 12 



506 

2 35 



Store Hooks for Displaying Goods. 

SUITABLK FOR HARDWARE. 




Quarter Size Cut. 

Very Large and Heavj'. Japanned. 

No. 35. Whole Length io>2 Inches ....... Per Dozen, $7 00 



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Hote I or school Ho U{ 



*se Hooks 




Fu » Size Cut „f No . 




F "" Size Cut of No . . ,. 



Patented. 




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234 



Harness Hooks. 




No. 2. 6 Inches long 
No. 3. 5 >/ 2 " •■ 
No. 5. 8 " 



Style of Nos. 2 and 3. 




Style of No. 5. 

Japanned. 



Per Dozen, $1 70 

1 so 

2 20 



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Coat and Hat Hooks. 




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No. 394 



No. 8»3. With rorcelain Knobs 



Full Size Cut ot No. 39'- Patented. 
PACKED WITH SCREWS. 

Tuscan Bronzed. 

Per Gross, $6 00 I No. 204 

Berlin Bronzed. 



Per Gross, $8 OO 



Per Gross, $24 00 



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Coat and Hat Hooks. 




Full Size Cut of No. 339. Style No. 355. 

GJ-old Bronzed. 



No. 344. With Porcelain Knobs . 



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Cast Brass. 

No. 339. Polished and Lacquered, Porcelain Knobs, 4 Screw Holes 
No. 355. " " " " " 2 " 



Per Gross, $22 20 

Per Gross, $75 00 
" " 84 00 



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Brass Coat and Hat Hooks. 



237 



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Full Size Cut of No. 316. 



Full Size Cut of No. 336. Patented. 

Cast Brass. Polished and Lacquered. 

No. 316. Plain, with Porcelain Knobs, ......... Per Dozen, $7 00 



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No. 336. Fancy, 



4 SO 



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2 3 8 oo^p^, Chandelier 




Hooks. 



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WITH SNAP. 




No. 250. Full Size Cut of 2J4 Inch Screw. 




No. 260. Full Size Cut of )& Inch. 




No. 280. Full Size Cut of 4 Inch Screw. 



Nos. 220 and 520. Full Size Cut of 4 Inch Screw. 

Dorphin Pattern. 

No. 3SO. Tuscan Bronzed. No. SSO. Cawt Braes. 

4 Inch Screw, .... Per Dozen, $1 45 4 Inch Screw, .... Per Dozen, $6 00 

6 " 1 75 

"With Safety Snap. 

No. SSO. '-Tuscan Bronzed. 

6 8 10 12 Inch. 

2 70 3 15 3 70 4 20 

To Screw on to Gfas Pipe. 

No. SSO. Tuscan Bronzed. 
y% Inch (for }4 inch Gas Pipe) . . Per Dozen, $1 10 

<A " " H " " " • • " *' « 25 



Length of Screw, 4 

Per Dozen, $2 40 

With Plate. 

No. ^50. Tuscan Bronzed. 
2 l / z Inch Screw .... Per Dozen, $o 95 



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Tinned Meat Hooks. 



239 



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TO SCREW. 
Full Size Cul of No. 44. Style of Nos. 43 and 45. 

ed, Wrought Iron. To Drive. 

IS 14 15 

9 80 12 90 14 00 

Wrought Iron. To Screw on. 
33 

10 20 



16 

19 00 



I-'ull Size Cul 



Tinned Wire. To Screw. 
T11 sckuw on. Nos. 43 14 

of No. y.. style of Nos 33 and ;i Per Gross, $12 00 10 00 



34 

12 40 



45 

9 00 



Bar Meat Rooks. 

TINNED. WROUGHT IRON. 

No. SO. 5/ 1 6 In. Rimini Iron, for 2 1/8 In. Bar, per Gross, $27 50 
No. »'i. 12 2 1/4 56 25 




Mm!,- to Slide <mi a Bui*. 



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2^0 PAPER FILES. 



Paper Files. 



TUSCAN BRONZED. 



No. 38 



Per Dozen, $1 75 



Paper File Hook* 



vS. 



T TT S C A. N B K O NZBBi 



No. 24 




Per Dozen, $1 00 



Half Size Cut of No. 



Bird Cage Hooks. 



Half Size Cut of No. io6. 
WROUGHT SCREWS. 



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No. 25. Tuscan Bronzed 

No. 46. Berlin Bronzed, Patent Swinging Hook 

No. 106. " ■• Very Large and Heavy 



PAPER FILE HOOKS. 




Halt Size Cut of No. 24. 
Patented. 




Per Dozen, $0 90 

1 50 

2 50 



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Bird Caere Hooks. 



241 




No. 50. Berlin Bronzed, Wide Base 



One-third Size Cut of No. 50. 



Per Dozen, $2 25 




One third Size of Cut No. s. 

Narrow Base. 

No. 6. Berlin Bronzed Per Dozen, $2 20 




Oue-third Size ol Cut No. lo. 

Broad Ti;isc 

No, IO. Berlin Bronzed Per Dozen, $2 65 




One-third Size of Cut No. 20. 



No, "JO. Fancy Bronzed. Bztra Heavy 



Per Dozen, $5 75 



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Twine Boxes. 



Wire Twine Basket. 




Half Size Cut of No. 76. Patented. 

No. 41. Japanned Per Dozen, $6 75 1 

No. 76. Berlin Bronzed . " " 8J50 No. 4© 




Per Dozen, $6 00 



Bee-Hive Twine Boxes. 




Finished in Black, and Gold Bronzed. 

No. 34. Size Inside, 4x4^ Inches ......... Per Dozen, $8 00 



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Brass Cup Hooks. 



243 






No. Si. Full Size Cut of K Inch. 



No. 82. Full Size Cut of 1 Iuch. 



Inch, % 
Per Gross, $3 75 

Inch, }( 
Per Gross, $6 60 



H 
385 



% 
7 IS 



No. 81. Full Size Cut of i& Inch. 

Polished, and XJacq^^.ered. 

No. 81. Brass "Wire. 

X U I I'A 1'A I'A 

4 00 4 50 5 25 6 So 8 50 10 50 

No. SS. Cast Brass. 

1 i'A iH iX 

8 40 10 20 12 50 15 50 



Brass Screw Hooks. 





Full Size Cut of 54 Inch. 

Polished and Lacquered 

No. 413. Brass "Wire. 
Inch, % # % 1 

Per Gross, $2 70 2 85 3 35 3 90 



Full Size Cut ot 1 Inch. 



iX 
4 55 



Brass Lamp Hooks. 




Nos. 20 
Inch, 1 A 
Per Gross, $6 00 



Cast Brass. Polished and Lacquered. 
21 22 m M 

itf 'X i# 2 

8 00 9 25 10 00 14 25 



M 

19 00 



Telegraph Hooks. 



Desk- 
Hooks. 





12 50 



19 80 



iK 
5 3o 



•26 

23 25 



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No. 171. Brass 



Per Gross. $8 00 No. 191. Brass 



Per Gross, $8 00 



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Upholsterers' Nails. 

T T T 



T T 



Nos. 9 


10 


11 


1-2 


19 


41 


Per 1,000, $2 SO 


2 30 


2 00 


i 65 


i 8o 


I 8o 



T T 



T t 




Nos. 42 


43 


131 (245) 


122 (244 1 123 (243 




Per i,ooo, $1 40 


1 25 


2 00 


2 25 2 so 






China 


Xails and 

Nailr^. 


Discs. 


^ ° C 


No. 137^ . 




I >1S(_'JJ. 


Per Thousand, $1 00 


Aj6 : 


No. 137J4 . 






. Per Thousand, $0 70 


No. 137^ 



Shutter Knobs. 



<mm 





mmm 




No. 1 Full Size Cut of 1 Inch 



.No. -6. Full Size Cut of ;', Inch. 



Inch, % 
Per Gross, $3 75 



Inch, X 
Per Gross, $5 50 



11 50 



No. 40. Full Size Cut of i'A Inch. 

No. 1. Porcelain. With Past Screw. 
H 1 i# i# 1^ 

3 90 4 40 4 75 6 20 7 75 

No. -40. Porcelain. "With Tinned Screw. 

Silver-Plated Base under Screw Head and under Knob. 

H ' 

S 75 6 00 

Nickel-Plated. 



13 00 



''A 

6 50 



No. 76. y s Inch ..... 

PORCELAIN DRAWEE KNDIIS. 



Per Gross, $20 00 
BKA^S SCEEW KNOBS. 





Full Size Cut of Iji Inch. 
N"o. .";. Fast Screw, with Nui and Washer. 
Inch, i 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 3/4 2 



Pull Size Cut of y/16 Inch. 
N\>. 106. Cast Bi-.-t^f-. 



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2 Inch, 3/8 1/2 9/16 

Per Gross, $6 50 8 25 9 50 11 75 13 50 | Per Gross, $3 60 3 80 4 20 



5/8 3/4 

4 80 6 20 



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Picture Nails. 



245 



a 



FULL SIZE ILLUSTRATIONS. 




No. TOO. 



3. White Porcelain Center, Fancy Rim 

3. Ruby Glass 

3. Blue " 

9. White Porcelain Center, Plain Brass Rim 
Oft. " " " " Silver " 

45. Crystal Ceiiler, Rose Pattern 



Nos. 41 and 42. No. 4S. 

PRICKS .VXD DESCRIPTIONS. 

Per Gross. 
$5 00 

5 00 

5 00 
2 80 
2 80 

6 00 



No 56. 



Xos. Per C.ross- 

88. Crystal Class Center, Fancy Burnished Rim $ 5 00 

41. Turquoise Star, Glass Center 6 00 

44. Amber ...... 6 00 

48. Ruby Star Center, Fancy Rim . 14 00 

56. .... 28 00 

IOO. Crystal Glass Center, Plain Kim . 4 00 



Inch, 1 
Per Cross, $1 05 



Brass Head Picture Nails. 



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Full Size Cut of 2 Inch. 

N<>. 4. Wrought Nail. Polished. 

I* 1'; >V 2 

[io 1 25 1 40 1 80 

Porcelain Picture Knobs. 




2 "5 




Inch, fi 

Per Cross. $5 60 



Full Sue Cut of H Inch. I-'"" Size Cut 01 >'% Inch 

No. 90. Long Tinned Screw. 

Silver-Plated Base under Screw Head and under Knob. 
I 
S 90 



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3 00 



6 20 




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Full Size Cut of Nos. 139 and 140. 




Tassel Hooks. 

PRICES ADD DESCRIPTIONS. 

Nos. Per Gross. 

139. All Gilt, Fancy Hook $17 oo 

140. All Silver-Plated, Fancy Hook . . . 20 00 
142. All Silver-Plated, Porcelaiu Knob, White or Ruby, 26 50 



Molding Hooks. 

PRICES AND DESCRIPTIONS. 

Burnished. 

Nos. 

320. For 1 Inch Molding, Crystal Glass Head 

SOO. " i'/z " 

310. " I'A " " Medallion . " 

l T nburnished. 



050. For 1 Inch Molding 
04O. " \<i " 

Cut of No. 320 for 1 Inch Molding. 030. " I}4 " " 



Per Gross. 


$12 


00 


14 


00 


16 


00 


Per Gross. 


S3 


5° 


4 


5° 


4 


SO 




Full Size Cut of No. 142. 




Full Size Cut of No. 050. 



Braided Wire 




Picture Cord. 







In a Coll. 








Tinned. 








Nos. 1 
Per Dozen Coils, ti 20 I 80 


2 

2 88 


3 

3 60 


4 

4 80 


5 

6 00 


Nos. 10 11 
Per Dozen Coils, $3 60 6 00 


G-ilt. 

12 

8 40 


13 

12 00 


14 

15 °o 


20 40 




Towel and Splasher Holders. 




Nickel-Plated. 



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No. 10. Splasher Holder, 33 Inch 
No. 14. Towel " 14 " 



Per Dozen, $6 00 
S 25 



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Cattle Leaders. 




Half sizetCut of No. 52. 

"Welton's" Patent. Malleable Iron. 



Ox Bow Pins. 




Half Size Cut of No. 72. 

Japanned.. 



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247 



No. 51. Brass Wire Spring 
No. 52. 



Per Dozen, $2 10 
2 30 



No. 71. Steel Spring, i# Inch 
No. 72. " " 2 



Per Gross, $17 00 
18 00 



Patent Bull 




Price, Complete, without Handle 



Per Dozen, $10 00 



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Showing the Rull Snnp'aitnchcd to Handle. 



BUIX RTNC.S. 




Half Size Cut of Nor. \2 and 22. 



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Bull Rings. 

Polish. ci Steel. 



No. IO. 2 Inch 
No. 11. 2% " 
No. 12. 3 



No. 20. 2 Inch 
\"o. 21. »X 
Xo. 22. 3 



Polished ( topper. 



Per Dozen. $4 50 

5 00 CAST BRASS OX BALLS. 

5 25 



Per Dozen. $6 00 

7 00 

8 00 



Cast Brass Ox Balls. 

1 1, aw < >ctagon. 




Nob. I 

Per Gross. $10 50 



2 

12 00 



14 00 



4 
18 00 



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Patent Covered Spring Harness Snaps. 





Fnll Size Cut ol No. 114. 



Nos. 11© !< 

Size of Eye, % 
Per Gross, $7 50 



I .■><>]> Eye. 



Ill 112 114 

8 00 9 00 9 50 



Tinned. 

115 116 

IS 50 17 50 



Full Sizo Cut of NO. 161. 



118 



117 

1% 2 

19 50 21 00 



Swivel 2£ye. 

161 

\j Inch. 
$14 00 



Horse and Wool Cards. 






Large Horse Caul- N'ms. t and 2. Woo]. Small Horse Cards. Nos. 3 and 4. 

Horse Cards. Coppered Wire. 



No. 1. Large, Bound 
No. 4. " Not Bound 



No. § A . Large Size 



Per Single Dozen, $0 90 No. 8. Small, Bound 

o 85 No. 4. " Not Bound 



Per Single Dozen, $0 80 
o 75 



Wool Cards. 

Per Dozen Pairs, $2 70 | No. 8 B. Medium Size . Per Dozen Pairs, $2 50 



"Hill's" Hog Goods. 






Ringers. Holders. Rings. Oopper 'Wire. 

Japanned . Per Dozen, $6 50 | Japanned . Per Dozen, $6 50 | Nos. 1, 2 and 3 . Per Box 100, $0 30 



"Hill's" Calf Weaners. 

ADJUSTABLE -WITH THUMB SCREW. 

Tinned, Malleable Iron. 

No. 1. Small, 4 Prongs ......... Per Dozen, $3 50 

Cut of No. 2. No. 2. Large, 7 " . . . . . . " " 4 50 




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Curry Combs. 





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Nos. o and 21. 



Nos. 50 and 51 



Nos. 60 and 61. 




No. O. 6 Bars, Japanned 



No. 21. 6 Bars, Tinned 



No, 5©. 6 Bars, Japanned 
No. 51. 6 " Tinned 



No. ttO. 8 Bars, Japanned 
No. «1. S " Tinned . 



No. -m. S Bars, Japanned 

No. ISM. s Tinned 




Nos. 222 and 1222. No. 341. 

PRICES A.ND DB3SCREPTION"S. 

< >|)cii l tack. 
Open Back, Solid Frame. 

( 'losi • ) Jack. 

Horse ^Ik.c Pattern, Open Back. 

Solid Back, Trowel Shank. 

Heavy, Extra Finish, Trowel Shank. 




No. 451. 



No. 341. 8 Bars. Tinned 

With Mane Ooxnb, Close Back, Trowel Shank. 

No. 151. 6 B.irs, and Mane Comb, Tinned . . - . 



Per Dozen. $0 80 



Per Ho/en. $1 80 



Per Dam, $2 25 

2 50 



Per Dozen. $3 35 
3 90 



Per Dozen. $2 10 
2 50 



Per Dozen. $4 25 
Per Dozen, $2 50 



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250 "Newhouse's" Genuine Steel Traps. 

EVERY TRAP 'WAEKiNTBD. 

Universally known as superior to any and all other Traps, in strength., 

lightness and durability. 



No. O. Rat Trap ; spread of jaws y/* 
inches ; strong enough to hold Muskrat. 



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With Chain 
No 



Per Dozen, 



*4 25 
3 25 



No. I. Muskrat Trap; spread of 
jaws 4 inches ; adapted to catching the 
smaller fur-bearing animals. 



With Chain 
No 



Per Dozen, $4 65 
3 S° 



No. \%. Mink Trap : spread of jaws 
4% inches ; strong enough to hold the Fox 
or Fisher. 
With.Chain Per Dozen, $7 50 

No " " " 6 00 





No. 2. Fox Trap, with double spring ; spread of jaws, 
4% inches ; strong enough to hold an Otter. 

With Chain ... Per Dozen, $10 50 

No " . . ■"."," 9 00 



No. 3. Otter Trap: double spring; spread of jaws, 5^ 
inches. 



With Chain 
No . " 



Per Dozen, $13 75 
" " 12 00 





No. 4. Beaver Trap, double spring ; spread of jaws, 
b'/z inches. 



With Chain 
No 



Per Dozen, $16 50 
14 5° 



With Chain 
No 




No. 4. Deer Trap, double spring ; spread of jaws, 6)4 
inches. 



Per Dozen, $18 50 
16 50 



No. 5. Bear Trap; spread of jaws, n3£ inches ; weight of each spring, 2 lbs 10 oz. ; weight of Trap, 17 lbs ; suitable for taking 
the common Black Bear. 



With Chain 



Per Dozen. $140 00 




No. 6. Bear Trap, large size; spread of jaws, 16 inches ; weight of each spring, 6 lbs 10 oz. ; %veight of Trap with chain, 42 lbs ; 
made throughout, except the pan, of wrought iron and steel — strong enough to hold the Moose or the Grizzly Bear. 

With Chain ............. Per Dozen, $280 00 



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The "CV" Gopher Trap. 



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NEVER FAILS TO CATCH AND KILL, 



DIRECTIONS FOR SETTING.— Scoop out the gopher hole ; then set the Trap by pressing down the spring, and placing the 
lever, A, over the fulcrum, B, and into the pin-hole on the pan, C. Then shove the Trap well into the gopher hole, covering up the 
points thoroughly. Set lightly, so that the dirt, when shoved out by the gopher, will spring the Trap. 



Price 



Per Dozen, $2 50 



The "Scorpion" Gopher 
Trap. 




"California" Gopher Trap. 




Price 



THIS CUT SHOWS THE TRAP PARTLY CLOSED. 

Per Dozen, $2 50 Price 



Per Dozen, $8 00 



The "Excelsior" Gopher Trap. 



PATENT APPLIED FOR. 




THIS Ct'T SHOWS THE TK' 



Place the Trap well in the hole, horizontally, and see that the plate is free from the sides of the hole, then place a stake 
through the back of the Trap, or attach a cord, so that the gopher cannot drag the Trap into the hole when caught 



Price 



Per Dozen. $5 00 




Wood Mouse Traps. 



Holes, 2 
Per Dozen, $0 60 



3 
o 90 



5 
1 50 



1 80 



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Mrs. Potts" Sad-irons. 




Set consists of 3 Irons. 1 Handle, 1 Stand. 



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Xo. 50. Nickel-Plated 
No. 55. Plain Polished 



Double Pointed. Trial Unfix. 

Per Dozen Sets, $30 00 I No. 60. Nickel-Plated . Per Dozen Sets, $30 00 

" " " 24 00 I No. 65. Plain Polished . " " " 24 00 

Extra Handles . . Per Dozen, $4 00 



Sad-Irons. 



Polishing Irons. 





Sad Irons, 4 to 10 lbs, Round or Sharp Points . Per lb. | New England Polishing Irons, Nos. I, 2 and 3 Per lb. 

Toilet IronR. Charcoal Irons. X<w Polishing Irons. 






SELF-HEATING. 



Nickel-Plated 
Polished 



Per Dozen, $9 00 i Laundry Size 
7 00 I Tailors' " 



Per Dozen, $12 00 1 Per Dozen 
24 00 I 



$5 00 



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For Molasses, Varnish, Thick Oils, Tar, etc. 



I'er Dozen, $36 00 



"Perfection" Molasses (iatcs. 




Sizes, Inch, '/i 
Per Dozen, $9 50 




OPKNHD. 



14 00 



''4 

16 50 



'>4 
20 00 



24 00 



3 
30 00 



sicbbins" Molasses < into. 



Mas. I 
Per Doten, $7 00 



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•i 

8 00 



> 
9 00 



I 

10 00 



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Tobacco Cutters. 



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P. S. and W. Japanned 



Per Dozen, $14 00 




Enterprise No. 1 



Per Dozen, $18 00 



Cork Lined Wood Faucets. 




MADE OF SELECTED CORK AM) MAPLE WOOD. 



Regular Sizes. 



V, 



Nos. 


2 


4 


6 


Length, Inches, 6 


7 


8 


9 


Per Dozen, $0 75 


75 


I 00 


i 25 



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Lock Cock, to Drive. Lock Cock, to Screw. 





FINISHED. 

English Pattern. 
sizes. inch, y% yi 

Lock Cocks, to Drive, per Dozen, $8 50 12 00 

" Screw, " " $9 00 13 00 



FINISHED. 



H 


H 


6 50 


20 00 


8 00 


22 00 



Heavy or New Pattern. 

sizes. Inch, y % % 

Heavy Lock Cocks, to Drive, per Dozen, $15 00 19 00 

" Screw, " $15 50 20 00 



H 


U 


23 00 


27 00 


24 so 


29 00 



Racking Cock, to Drive. Racking Cock, to Screw. 





FINISHED 

Knurlish Pattern 

SIZES. Inch, 5 s 

Racking Cocks, to Drive, per Dozen, $7 50 



FINISHED 



Screw. 



$8 00 





H 


n 


10 00 


14 so 


17 00 


II 00 


16 00 


19 00 



( ialil'oraia Beer < locks. 



V. 



Heavy, Full Size 



Per Dozen, $30 00 



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Oilers, Assorted. 



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" Chase 


's " 


Oilers. 












Nos. 1 


i'A 


2 3 


4 


5 


6 






Till, per Dozen, $ . . . I 25 




1 50 1 75 


2 25 










Ziiic, " " 1 00 1 25 


1 35 


1 50 1 75 


2 25 


3 00 


4 00 






Brass, " " 2 25 2 50 


2 75 


3 00 3 50 


4 50 


5 75 


7 00 






Copper, " 2 25 2 50 


2 75 


3 00 3 50 


4 50 


5 75 


7 5° 






Extra for Long Tubes, add to above List $ 


>er Dozen. 






" Paraxon " 


Oilers. 










Nos. 1 


*'A 


2 3 


4 


5 


« 


jfjfk 


Copper, per Dozen, $2 75 3 25 


3 75 4 00 4 75 

Iron Oilers 


5 50 


° 75 


8 00 , 


^t=^-=^ 


Malleable 




Nos. 1 




2 






3 




Per Dozen, $10 00 




11 00 






12 00 


" PARAGON 



Exlra Spouts lor "Chase's" Oilers. 



BRASS. 



SHORT. Straight 



Per Dozen, $ 



LONG. Straight 
Bent 



Per Dozen, $ 



lill'Vl.'LK OLLEHS. 




"HAI( IK'S" 

PATBTNT AUTOJIATIC 

OILERS. 




SKWING 

MACHIN E 

OILERS. 



OILERS. 





PBII !ES. 



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Bicycle < >ilers. 

No. 169. Tin .... Per Dozen, $1 75 

No. 1«9. Nickel-Plated . . " " 2 25 

No. 10. Gilt . . . ■■ •• ! g 

"Hiuu-k's" Patent Automatic Oilers. 
No. 1. Brass .... Per Dozen, $5 00 

No. 2. " . . " " 6 00 

No. 3. " . . " " 7 00 



Sewing Machine Oilers. 

Zinc, \% Inch Diameter, Brass Screw Per Dozen, $0 90 



" 2>S " 

No. 30. Gilt 
No. 7ttO 



1 00 

2 50 



Force < >ilers. 



Per Dozen, $0 75 



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zinc oil filler. 



Long Tube, 1 Pint 
Short " 1 " 
Long " 1 Quart 
Short " 1 



Sizes, 1 Pint. 

Per Dozen, $4 00 



Copper Oil Fillers. 



COPPER OIL FILLER. 



Zinc Oil Fillers. 

Screw Stop on Spout. 

1'A Pint. 

5 00 

Engineer's Tray and Oilers. 



Per Dozen, $15 00 
" " 12 00 
" " 24 00 
" " 21 00 



1 Quart. 
6 00 





PRICKS. 

Engineer's Tray and ( >ilers. 

BRASS. 

Sets of 5 Pieces (Tray as a Piece) Per Set, $6 00 

" " 6 " ( ) • • ' 8 00 

PLATED. 

Sets of 5 Pieces (Tray as a Piece) Per Set. $ 8 00 

6 " I ' ) . •• 10 00 

Engineer's Drip < >ilers. 



Locomotive Oilers 



No. 631. 


1 Pint 


No. 74S. 


i>i " 


No. 737. 


1 Quai 


1 Pint 




2 " 




3 " 





Per Dozen, 


«3 75 


.. 11 


4 25 




So 


Each, 


«3 So 


" 


4 00 




5 SO 




ENGINEER'S DRIP OILERS 



LOCOMOTIVE OILERS 



2 5 8 



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Draper's Steel and Brass Hand and Railroad Oilers. 




HAND. 
No. 12, Steel. No. 120, Brass. 




HAND. 

No. 13, Steel. No. 130, Brass. 





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RAILROAD OILERS 

Nos. 10 and 11, Steel. No. 14, Steel. No. 140, Brass. 

Steel Hand. Oilers. 

No. 1*2. 2% Inch Diameter, 2>£ Inch Nozzle ...... 

No. 13. 3 # " 3 

No. 14. 3H " " 9 " " 

No. 15. 4% " " 3 " ' . 

No. 16. 4X " 9 ...... 

Brass Hand. Oilers. 

No. 120. 2j-i Inch Diameter, 2)4 Inch Nozzle ..... 

No. 130. 3^ 3 

No. 140. 3H " 9 

No. ISO. 4'X " " 3 " " 

No. 160. 4'A " 9 

Steel Railroad Oilers. 

No. 10. Pint, 3J£ Inch Diameter, 5 Inches High, 12 Inch Nozzle 
No. 11. Quart, 4% " '• 6 " " 18 " " 



HANS. 

No. 16. Steel. No. 160, Brass. 



Per Dozen, $ 6 40 

" " 7 85 

9 30 

13 25 

15 00 

Per Dozen, $ 9 30 
II 50 

13 25 
18 00 
20 75 

Per Dozen, $20 00 
25 75 






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ENGINEER'S BRASS FILLER. 
Screw Top. 




;'.,.. . :i 



IHIW" ■..ullilllill 



ENGINEER'S BRASS AND NICKEL SETS. 

Engineer's Brass and Nickel Sets. 

No. 19. 5 Pieces, Brass, with Tray ......... 

No. «0. 6 " ........ 

No. 21. s " Nickel, " V ........ 

No. aa. 6 " ........ 

Brass Kailroad Oilers. 

No. 17. Pint, 3ji Inch Diameter, 5 Inches High, 12 Inch Nozzle .... 
No. IS. Quart, 4V " • 6 " " 18 " " . 

Engineer's Brass Fillers. 
No. as. Pint, 4\ Inch Diameter, 3 % Inches High ...... 

No. 84. Quart, 5 " " S " " 



RAILROAD OILERS. 




Nos. 17 and 18. Brass. 




Per Set, 


S 9 50 


" " 


'4 25 


>t it 


12 25 




'7 25 


Per Dozen, 


$31 30 




36 00 


Per Dozen, 


S43 00 


" 


55 00 



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Patent Sectional Parabolic Head Light. 

THE CHEAPEST IN THE MABKET. 



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It has been in use for the past nine years, and given general satisfaction. It is well adapted for lighting Mills, Mines, Hoisting 
Works, Warehouses, Streets, etc. 

The front view of the Reflector is of octagonal shape ; it is corrugated to diffuse the light, and to prevent dazzling the eyes. 
The vertical section is a parabolic curve with a small focal reflector. The reservoir burner and chimney are inserted through the 
lower and top sections of the Reflector. The body or outer casing of the Head Light has been modified from the above cut, and is 
now made square, thus the glass in front is a square piece, and is set in the door frame, and can easily be replaced. 

PRICES ADD DESCRIPTION. 

No. 5. 12 Inches Wide in Front, 8 Inches Deep, 19 Inches High, 2 Flat or Argand Burners 
No. 6. 16 " " " " II " " 24 " " 3 " " " " 



Each, $ S 25 
" 10 50 



Patent Hydraulic Mining and Locomotive Head Light. 




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The best in the market. It is provided with a new style of Head Light burner, which concentrates the flame to a white intense 
light — of great importance in a true parabolic reflector. The chimney extends far below the flame, with nothing to intercept the 
rays, while the Eastern Head Light burner was a black button in the very focus of the reflector, also a cone, and the chimney-holder 
partly covering the flame. 

The reflector is spun out of one piece of silver-plated metal, and is a true parabola, which is the only shape that will reflect all 
the rays in parallel lines — which is required in order to have a strong light at a distance of two or three hundred feet — as is required 
by hydraulic mining. But as light is often required to be strongest near the top of a gravel bank, in order to save the expense or 
inconvenience of a trestle work to raise the lamp, this patent Reflector has a regulating attachment which allows the light to be 
reflected up or down, as desired, while the oil reservoir and burner will always stand on the same level. 

The glass in front is held between two brass rings, the inner one removable, so that the glass may be replaced without soldering 
or plastering. These brass rings also serve to heat the glass equally all around. A place is also provided to receive a square piece of 
glass in case a round one is not at hand. In order to make it convenient to ship to retired mining places, they are expressly built as 
compact as possible, thus the 20 l / 2 inch by 36 x 16 gives a more brilliant light, having the same size burner — than the large, bulky, 
heavy aud expensive old style locomotive head light. 

PRICES AND DESCRIPTION. 

Width in Front 20^ Inches, 36 Inches High, 16 Inches Deep, Weighs 42 lbs, Wick, 1% Inch diain., Flame 3^ Inch High, 

Consumes 1 Gallon Oil in 24 Hours ........... Each, $50 00 

Width in Front 17 Inches, 30 Inches High, 14 Inches Deep, Weighs 34 lbs, Wick, \y% Inch diam., Flame 3^ Inch High, 

Consumes 1 Gallon Oil in 36 Hours .......... Each, 40 00 

Width in Front 14^ Inches, 25 Inches High, 12 Inches Deep, Weighs 25 lbs, Wick, 1 Inch diam., Flame 3X Inch High, 

Consumes 1 Gallon Oil in 48 Hours ........... Each, 30 00 



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Central Reflector Lamps. 

Patented Sept. 6. 1879; Re-issued Feb. 8, 1881. 



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No. 3. 



No. 4. 



These Lamps have now been in use for the past ten years all over the Pacific Coast, in Mills, Mines, Hoisting Works, Stores, 
Warehouses, Railroad Stations, Wharves, Stables, Yards, Streets, etc., and have given the best satisfaction, both in brilliancy and 
economy. They are made of various styles, but the two illustrated above are the most in use, one being tapering toward the 
bottom, while the other is square down to the bottom. Both have the peculiar arched tapering roof over each side and glass, also 
the curved corrugated Reflectors, the difference in the two being in the construction of said Reflectors. The Tapering Lamp is made to 
reflect down and all around that main portion of the light which otherwise would go up, and will leave no shadow underneath ; and 
such light is most desirable for working by. The Square Lamp has the Reflectors so constructed as to reflect the rays of light almost 
parallel in every direction. The Reflectors are corrugated to diffuse the light and prevent the dazzling of the eyes. 



PRICES AND DESCRIPTION. 

No. S. 13 x 18, Tapering Central Reflector Lamp, with No. 2 Flat or Argand Burner 
No. 4. 12x20, Square " " " " No. 2 " " " " 



Each, 



$5 00 
6 00 



Patent Side Lanterns. 




Mostly used to hang against the wall, but all having wire handles. The smaller sizes make a powerful hand lantern. 

These Lamps are of the cheapest patterns, have glass on three sides and a tin back on the fourth, provided with a silvered glass 
reflector. The glasses are secured by simply setting the lower edge into the groove prepared for it at the bottom of the Lantern, 
while just above, on the top, are removable hook strips, which are then bent over the glasses. These patent hook strips can be 
replaced and any number added without soldering or other skillful labor. They may be bent short or long ; will not tear off, and 
will allow all the elasticity required to give toward the glass to let it set free from strain and to allow it to expand. 

The Patent Chimney Top is also of great importance in a lantern. It is made removable not only for cleaning the soot which 
might gather in the chimney top and would stop the draft, but also for the regulating of said draft. Thus when used in a windy 
place it should be screwed down so that the wind going through the perforated border of the outer chimney will strike against the 
collar or contracted end of the inner chimney, and will then force its way upward and out on the opposite side, but when the lantern 
is used in doors or under shelter, it is best to have the top raised up to allow more ventilation. 

PRICES AND DESCRIPTION. 

No. 1. With 6x10 Glass, 16 Inches High overall, with No. I Burner and 5 Inch Reflector 

No. 3. " 8x12 " 20 No. 2 " 7 " 

No. 7. " 10x14 " 22 No. 2 " " 9 " 

No. S. " 12x16 " 24 No. 3 " " " " 



No. 9. 
No. 10. 



Triangle Side Lamps. 

With 10 x t2 Glass, 20 Inches High over all, with No. 2 Burner and 7 Inch Reflector 
" 12x16 " 24 *».3 " 9 



Each, 


ta 


25 


11 


3 


00 


" 


3 7S 




S 


00 


Each, 


S3 


00 



4 5° 



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Hand Lamps. 




Engineer's Hand Lamp. 



"% 



Malleable Iron 



Per Dozen, $7 50 



Lanterns. 





!N"o. 3. Buckeye. N"o. 4=. Buckeye. 

With Globe and Chimney . . . Per Dozen, $10 00 | With Globe and Chimney . . . Per Dozen, $9 00 



Nested Globes and Chimneys for Buckeye Lanterns. 



No. 3 
No. 4 




Railroad Lantern. 



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No. 390. With Double Guard 



Per Dozen, $3 00 
2 50 



Per Dozen, $12 00 






2% Inch Diam., Bull's Eye 



Lanterns. 




Police Lantern for Sperm Oil. 

Per Dozen, $9 00 | 3 Inch Diam., Bull's Eye 



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Per Dozen, $10 00 




N"o. O. Tubular. 




NV>. IS. Tuhnlar, for Dash Board. 



No. 0. Tubular, Safety Lift, with Guards . Per Dozen, $10 50 | No. 15. Tubular, Fitted for Dash Board . Per Dozen, $:8 00 
Globes for Nos. o and 15 . . . Per Dozen, $1 50 




Burner is No. I Convex, ft Inch Wick. 

The "Racket." 



Brass Mounted, for House Use 



Per Dozen, $8 00 



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"Wni. Beatty & Son's" Choppers and Cleavers. 








Cut of Cleaver. 










Choppers. 






Nos. 00 







1 




Per Dozen, $11 50 




13 So 

Cleavers. 


15 00 




Nos. OO 


O 


1 2 


3 


4 


Per Dozen, $12 00 


14 00 


16 50 19 00 

Scale Beams. 


21 50 


24 00 



2 

16 50 



5 

27 00 



To Weigh, lbs, 150 
Each, $1 50 




Complete with Poises, 



Japanned Finish. 



200 
1 60 



300 
2 10 



400 
2 90 



500 
3 So 



600 



4 00 



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CHATIL10NS 

"'iuMEROVEb 

IllMEWYDHK 

iPAa"? DEC JO™ 
III '"'l |',||1B G7. 



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No. 240. Family Scale. 



No. 40. Straight, with Hook. 



No. 41. Straight, with Round Pan. 



No. 20. To Weigh 24 ltw, by % lb . 

No. 40. " " 24 " " % " heavy 

No. SO. " " 48 " " I " . 

No. TO. " " 50 " " 1 " heavy 



Straight, with Hook. 



Per Dozen, $ I 60 

4 00 

3 SO 

" " 10 00 



Straight, with Round Pan. 



No. 41. To Weigh 24 lbs, by % lb 
No. 71. " •• 50 " " 1 



Per Dozen, $ 7 00 
" " 20 00 



Family Scale, Round. Dial. 



No. »40. To Weigh 20 lbs, by 1 oz 



Per Dozen, $42 00 



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Butcher's Scales. 



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"A" 


"C" 


"A" Pattern, with Circular Dial, 


California Pattern, Black "Walnut Case 


GLASS FACE. 


GLASS FACE. 


Marbleized Pan, 2 Bows, 60 lbs . Each, $10 75 


Copper Pan, 2 Heavy Brass Bows, 60 lbs Each, $20 00 


Porcelain " 2 " 60 " . . " 10 75 


Marble " 2 " " " 120 " . . " 25 00 


Tin " 2 " 60 " . •' 8 50 










"B" Pattern, with Plain Open Dial. 



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Round Pan and Hook, 3 Chains, 30 lbs 
Square " " " 4 " 30 " 



Each, $5 50 
" 6 00 



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BOSTON MAEKET BEAM SCALIS. 





Boston Market Beam Scale. 

Tinned Copper Fan, 

Two Heavy Brass Bows, 

Beams and "Weights, 

Nickel -Plated. 

125 lbs Each, $25 00 



CIRCULAR SPRING BALANCES. 



Circular Spring Balances. 

Lame Circular Dial, Glass Face. Porcelain Enameled Pans, 

Nioltel- Silver. Strengthened Kdges, 

NieUel-Plated Bows. 



No. l"i«tt K. 30 lhs, by 1 07.., 13 inch pans 



No. 4*276 E. 60 " "2 " 13 " 



Each, $10 00 




Nos. 4266 E and 4276 E. 



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Tea and Counter Scales. 



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TEA. SCALES. 




No. 1. Japanned, with Tin Scoop, y z oz. to 4 lbs . 
No. 4. Painted Red, with Brass Scoop, }^oz. to 4 lbs 



Per Dozen, $15 00 
" " 24 00 



'HATCH'S" COUNTER SCALES. 




No. 1. Japanned, with Tin Scoop, '/ z oz. to 8 lbs 



Per Dozen, $24 00 



The Standard Union Counter Scales. 







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Japanned, with Tin Scoop, Single Beam, Steel Bearings, % oz. to 240 lbs 



Each, $5 00 



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"NOVELTY" 

Family Scales. 



"UNITED STATES' 



Family Scales. 





"With Platform and Scoop. 1 With Scoop. 

No. 1. 10 lb Dial .... Each, $4 00 

To Weigh 12 lbs, by ounces . Each, $2 50 No. 2. 20 " " . . . . " 5 00 

No. 3. 40 " " "6 00 



UNION OB FAMILY SCALES. 




' ' Fairbank's " Scales. 



PORTABLE PLATFORM SCALES. 




Union or Family Scales. 



PORTABLE PLATFORM SCALE3. 




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"With Single Bum. 




With Den 


I > I «j Beam, 




Capacity, y 2 oz. to 240 lbs, with Tin Scoop 
)i " " 240 " " Brass " 


Each, 
it 


$14 00 
15 00 


Capacity, >j oz. to 240 lbs, with Tin Scoop Bach 
" yi " " 240 " " Brass " . " 


$15 00 
16 00 






Portable Platform Scales. 






With Wlieols. 
No. T. Capacity, 2,000 lbs. Platform, 


30x24 In. 


Each. 
$80 OO 


with waeele ami Drop JL,*'\-«-i-. 
No 7. Capacity, 2,500 lbs. Platform, 30x24 In. 


Each. 
$94 00 


No. 8. " 1,600 
No. 9. 1,400 
No. 10. 1,200 




30x23 " 
28x21 " 
28x20 " 


70 00 
58 00 
50 00 


No. 8. 2,000 " 
No. 9. " 1,500 " 


30x23 " 
" 28x21 " 


82 OO 
70 OO 


No. 10#. 900 
No. 11. 600 

No. 11#. 400 

t 




26x17 " 
25x16 " 
21x15 " 


43 00 
33 00 
26 00 


No. IO. 1,200 " 
No. 1©>4. " 1,000 " 


28x20 " 
26x17 " 


00 OO 
52 00 



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Glue Pots. 






Medium 




Large 




Nos. 


OOO 


Per Dozen, 


$5 00 


For Family 


Use 



00 

S So 



IINlfEC AND ENAMELED 

Tin Glue Pots. 

Heated -with Coal Oil. 



Tinned and Enameled Glue Pots. 

13 3 4 

6 00 6 75 8 40 10 26 12 42 

The "Handy" Gflue Pot. 



"Le Page's" Liquid Glue. 



THE "HANDY." 



Per Dozen, 


$15 00 
18 00 


5 

4 58 


6 

16 94 



Per Dozen, $6 00 








CARRIAGE AND MANUFACTURERS' GLUE. IN TIN CANS. 



FAMILY GLUE, IN BOTTLES. 



Is used by thousands of the best mechanics in the building and finishing of Pianos, Organs, Railway Cars, Carriages, Yachts, 
and in all places where a superior quality of Glue is required. 

For Woodwork of all kinds, Emery Wheels, etc. Resists water better than any other Glue. Will unite Wood to Iron perfectly. 

Carpenters should carry a can with their kit of tools. It saves three times its cost in labor, time and fuel. Danger from fire 
is also avoided, as it is always ready for use. 

Carriage and Manufacturers' Glue, in '.Tin Cans. 

'/, Pints, Packed 2 Dozen in Box . Per Dozen, $ 3 00 

Pints, " I " " " " " S 00 

Quarts, " 1 " " " . " " 



% Gallons, Packed x / z Dozen in Box 
Gallons, " % " " " 



Per Dozen, $ 13 50 
" " 21 00 



Small Bottles, 1 oz., 1 Dozen in Box 



8 50 I 
For Family Use. 
Per Gross, $12 00 | Large Bottles, 2 oz., 1 Dozen in Box 



Per Dozen, $ 18 00 



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No. 1. Light Brown 

White, for Paper Hangers, Kalsomining, etc 



California Grlue. 

IN BOXES OK 25 POUNDS EACH. 

Per lb, $0 20 | No 2. Brown Per lb, $0 18 



No. .1. Dark Brown Per lb, $0 15 

Per lb, $0 30 



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Coffee Mills. 




SIDE MILL. 




Nos. 13© 

Old Nos. California 
Per Dozen, $25 00 



PARKER'S" BOX HILL. NATIONAL BOX MILL. Nos. 4O0 to 403. 

"Parker's" Side Coffee Mills. Wood Back. 

131 132 133 

O I 2 

IS oo 9 oo 7 oo 

"Parker's" Box Mills. 



Iron Hopper. Hi-it aiLni;i Hopper. 

Nos. 115 lltt 117 I Nos. 110 111 

Per Dozen, $9 50 8 50 6 50 | Per Dozen, $12 00 10 50 



Nos. 40© 
Per Dozen, $11 50 



National Box Mills. .Iron Top. 

401 102 

13 00 14 00 



271 



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134 

3 
6 00 



112 

9 00 



15 00 



A^merican " 



Coffee 




Mill. 



This Mill grinds six mmces of Coffee per minute, and is regulated to grind coarse or fine by a thumb-screw on the side. It is 
adapted to family use and prescription counters. 

Stands I2# Inches High, Weighs 8 lbs Each, $2 00 

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"TUCKER'S" 

Alarm Cash Drawers. 




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"MRS. KNOX" 

Muting Macliines. 




Size, Inside Measure, 15^ x 14^ Inches . Per Dozen, $36 00 



4)4 Inch Rollers 
6 



Each, $3 25 
3 60 
8 00 



Lemon Squeezers. 





No. 2. With Porcelain Cup and Glass Tumbler, per Doz., $9 00 No. '<t. With Porcelain Cup 



Per Dozen, $5 60 



Apple Parers. 



"Scott's" Peach Parers. 








Bay State. 



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Bay State 
Improved 
Mammoth 



Per Dozen, $13 00 

" " 32 00 

60 00 



With Rotary Knife 



Per Dozen, $16 50 



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Full Nickel 




Per Dozen, $8 00 I Full Polished 



Per Dozen, $7 00 



"Little Giant" Nut Crackers. 




Nickel-Plated 



Per Dozen, $5 00 



"MonceV Novelty Glass Cutters. 






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Nos. 



Per Dozen, $1 50 



1 
1 25 



3 

1 00 



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Hair Pincers or Pinchers. 




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Small 



Japanned Handles. 

Per Dozen, $6 oo Large 



Per Dozen, $7 oo 



Small 



Nickel-Plated. 

Per Dozen, $8 00 | Large 



Per Dozen, $9 00 



Curling Irons, with Spring. 



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No. 1. Full Nickel 

No. 2. " 

No. 3. " Polished 



Per Dozen, $6 00 
6 00 
4 SO 



Curling Irons, Wood Handle. 




No. 1. Large 
No. 2. Medium 



Per Dozen, $6 85 No. S. Small 

S 80 No. 4. Fine 



Per Dozen, $4 85 
4 SO 



Pinking Irons. 



Assorted, % to 1 Inch 




Per Dozen, $2 73 



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Pocket or Folding Corkscrews. 



275 



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Full Size Cut of No. 




No. 10. No. I. No 4 

No. 10. Polished Per DozeD| $4 0Q 

No. 1. Nickel-Plated ...... . „„ 

4 S° 

No. 4. « .. ,. s 2S 




Full Size Cut of No. 39. 



Hand Forged from Best Cast Steel Rods. 

No. 39. With Round Thread Screw ......... 

No. 39. '• " aud Champagne Knife ...... 

No. 63. Same as No. 3S, with l-'lat Thread Screw ....... 



Per Dozen, $4 50 

7 SO 
5 00 



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Extra Heavy Cast Steel Corkscrews. 





About Half Size Cut of No. 27. 



About Half Size Cut of No. 2y. 



Fancy, Rosewood Handle, with Champagne Opener, Hand Forged from Best Cast Steel Rods, Thick, Brass, Countersunk Cap, well 

Riveted Shank — cannot work loose in handle. 



No. 27. With Wire Cutter . 

No. 29. " " " and Brush 



I'er Dozen, "$7 50 
8 50 




About Half Size Cut of No. 66. 

Hand Forged from Best Cast Steel Rods, Thick, Brass, Counter- 
sunk Cap, well Riveted Shank — cannot work 
loose in handle. 




About Half Size Cut of No. 45. 

Hand Forged from Best Cast Steel Rods. 



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No. 66. Rosewood Handle 



Per Dozen, $4 50 | No. 15. Japanned Handle . Per Dozen, $3 50 



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Corkscrews. 




About Half Size Cut of No. 124. Patented. 

Hand Forged from Best Cast Steel Rods, Thick, Brass, Countersunk Cap, with Riveted Shank. 

No. 124. Nickel-Plated Frame ........... Per Dozen, $6 00 

Ordinary Corkscrews. 



No. 3257. Bright 
No. 3258. Solid Cut 



Per Dozen, $1 50 
2 50 



Patent Lever Corkscrews. 




About Half Siie Cut of No. 125. 
Hand Forged from Best Cast Steel. 



No. 125. All Nickel-Plated 



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Per Dozen, $10 00 



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American Ice Cliisel. 



Polished Steel Blades 

Nickel-Plated 

Tinned 




Per Dozen, $6 00 
7 50 
3 00 



Steel Ice Picks. 




No. 3. With Iron Ring on Handle for Breaking lee 



Per Dozen, $3 00 







No. 346. With Lignum Vita; Handle 
No. 2. " Softwood . " 



Per Dozen, $4 25 
1 50 



Ice Mallet, with Ice Pick. 




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No. 4. With Steel Pick in End of Handle, Ebony Finished Head 



Per Dozen, $3 50 






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Can Openers. 



No. I. 



No. 1. Iron Handle, Steel Blade 





No. 2. 



No. 2. Wood Handle, Steel Blade 



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279 



Per Dozen, $2 oo 



Per Dozen, $2 25 




No. 5. Iron Handle, Japanned Steel Blade 
American, " " " « " 



Per Dozen, $1 50 
" " 1 00 



"Pool's" Pan Opener. 




No. 3 



French Can Opener. 



Per Dozen, $4 00 



Sardine Scissors. 





No. 4 



Per Dozen, $2 25 | No. 6. Polished 



Per Dozen. $7 00 



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"Jolm Wilson's" Bntcher Steels. 



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No. 54. Polished Blackwood Handles. 

No. 65. Stag Handle, otherwise same as 54. 




No. §2. Inlaid Hardwood Handles 



Inch, 10 
No. 54. Per Dozen, $ 7 40 
No. 65. " " 10 20 

No. 66. " " 11 4° 

No. §2. " " 11 40 



Bxitcher Steels. 
11 

8 40 

11 20 

12 40 
12 40 



12 

9 60 

12 40 

13 60 
13 6 ° 



14 
12 40 

15 20 

16 40 
16 40 



"Jolm Wilson's" Bntclier Knives. 




REGULAR PATTERN. 







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STICKING KNIFE. 


Beechwoocl Handles! 


Nos. 


026 26 2§ 


29 43 44 45 


Inch, 


4X 5 5% 


6789 


Dozen, 


$2 OO 2 20 2 60 


3 00 4 00 s 20 6 40 



SKINNING KNIFE. 



46 

9 



47 



48 

12 

11 20 



49 

13 



§6 

14 



13 20 16 80 



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281 



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Inch, 5 
Per Dozen, $3 50 



6 
4 00 



7 
S 00 



8 
6 00 



10 
11 00 



12 
18 00 



Putty Knives-American. 



Farriers' Knives. 



Round or Square Point 



Per Dozen, $2 50 English 

IXL . 



Glaziers' Knives. 



Per Dozen, $3 50 
4 00 



Wide Point 



Per Dozen, $6 00 



Nos. 1 
Per Dozen, $2 00 



Shoe Knives. 



WEB8TERS. 

2 00 2 00 



Fruit Knives. 



Ames Cigar Knives. 



I 

2 50 



Plain Handle 
Ferrule " 



Per Dozen, $1 25 
1 SO 



Canning Knives. 




Beech Handle 



Per Dozen, $1 25 | Meecli Handle 



Cigar Box Openers. 



Per Dozen, $1 75 




Wood Haudles 



Per Dozen, $6 25 



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-*\ 



Cast Steel Mincing Knives. 




No. 8. 



No. 1. Cast Steel Blade, Malleable Shank 



No. 8. Heavy Cast Steel Blade, Varnished Handle 



No. 4. Same Style as No. 8, Smaller, Plain Handle . 



Per Dozen, $1 50 



3 00 



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Brown & Sharpe M'f'g Co.'s Clippers. 



283 



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Barber's Hair Clippers. 

No. I. To Cut Hair 1/8 of an Inch Long ....... 

No. 2. " " " 1/4 * 

No. 3. " " " 5/16 «•■■■■" 

No. O. To be used only for Cutting Hair very short about the Neck, about equal to Shaving 



Each, $3 so 

" 4 00 

4 SO 

" 3 00 



Nickel Plated 



Horse Clippers. 



Each, $3 00 



English and French Horse Clippers. 




Brighton 
Clark's 



English. 



Bach, $2 00 
4 00 



No. 2 
No. 6 
No. r 



French. 



Each, $2 00 

2 75 

3 SO 



Roach in g or Clipping Shears. 




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9 Inch, Japanned 



Per Dozen, $36 00 



284 



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"R Heinisch's Sons" Shears, Scissors and Trimmers. 



. Nos. 2 
Length, 12 
Per Dozen, $30 00 




Bankers' Shears. 

Bankers' or Paper Shears-Trimmer Handles. 

4 

42 00 



6 

16 Inch. 
54 00 



B 


Straight 


T 


rimmers. 






^2r Bent Trimmers. 

Trimmers. 










Straight 




Nos. 1 
Length, &A 
Per Dozen, $11 00 


2 

7 
12 00 




3 

VA 
13 00 


1 

8 
14 00 




.5 6 

»A 9 
15 00 16 00 


r 

10 
25 00 


8 

11 

27 00 


9 

12 Inch 
30 00 


% 








Bent 


Trimmers. 








Nos. 1 
Length, S'A 
Per Dozen, $16 00 






2 

9 
18 00 






3 

10 
27 00 


4 

30 00 




5 

T2 Inch 
33 00 




Ladies' Scissors. 

Ladies' Scissors. 



No. 1. 
No. 2. 

No. 3. 


Length 


5 Inch 

5'A " 
6 


No. 4. 

No. 5. 


.. 


6A " 
7 




Tailors' Points. 

'Tailors* Poin.1 S. 



Per Dozen, 


$10 00 


No. 


1. 


Length, 5 Inch 


«« 11 


10 00 


No. 


2. 


" sA " 


" " 


10 00 


No. 


:t. 


6 


" " 


11 00 








'• 


12 00 









Per Dozen, $10 00 
" " 11 00 

" " 12 00 




Barbers' Scissors. 



Barbers' Scissors— Lipped. 



Nos. 1 
Length, jA 
Per Dozen, $15 00 



2 

8A 
15 00 



3 

9 
16 00 



4 

gA Inch. 
17 00 




Pocket Scissors. 

Pocket Scissors. 



No. 1. Length, 4 Inch 
No. 2. " 4A " 

No. 3. " 5 



Per Dozen, $10 00 
" " 10 00 

" " 10 00 



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Adjustable Button-Hole Cutters. 




Japanned 
Nickel 



Per Dozen, $6 00 
8 00 



Barnard's " Lamp Trimmers. 




Japanned Handles 



Per Dozen, $6 00 



Grape Scissors. 



( )range Shears. 




FOR VINE OB TABLE USE. 




CURVED BLADES 



Nickel 



Per Dozen, $15 00 | 7 Inch, Japanned 

'Wiss" Solid sicel Pruning Shears 



Per Dozen, $24 00 




Foil Length, Inches, 9 

Per Dozen, $27 00 



10 
30 00 



11 
33 00 



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"Henry's" Pruning Shears. 



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Steel Blades, Brass Spi-ings. 



No. 1. With Flat Brass Spring 

No. 2. " Coil " Wire Spring 



Per Dozen, $10 00 
" 10 00 



French Pruning Shears. 




gjgjjjjBte 



9 Inch, all Polished 
10 " " " . 



Spiral Steel Springs, Forged, Extra. 



Per Dozen, $12 00 
IS 00 
18 00 



"Rockford" Pruning Shears. 




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Length, Inches, 9 
Per Dozen, $12 00 



French Pattern. 



15 00 



11 
18 00 



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Hedge Shears. 



287 



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No. 101. 





Inch, 8 


9 


10 


12 


No. 100. 


Plain . Per Pair, $1 75 


2 25 


2 75 


3 75 


No. 101. 


Notched .... 2 00 


2 so 


3 00 


4 00 


No. lOS. 


With Thumb Screw, " " ... 


3 00 







Waters" Tree Primers. "Red Clipper" Pruners. 






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taength, Feet, 6 

Each, $2 25 



8 
2 50 



10 : Small Size 
3 00 Large 



Kach, $3 00 



3 50 



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"California" Lawn Sprinkler and Stand. 




Sprinkler 

Stand 

Sprinkler and Stand Complete 



Each, $ 



"Perfection" Lawn Sprinkler. 




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For Either }( or 1 Inch Hose 



Per Dozen, $ 15 00 



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The Continental Lawn Mower. 




The Lightest Running and Swiftest Cutting Mower in the Market. 



PRICKS. 



High Gf\r»sa Machines 



15 Inch, 


Weighs 46 lbs 


17 " 


" 48 " 


19 " 


50 " 


21 


52 " 


10 Inch, 


Weighs 30 lbs 


12 


32 " 


14 " 


X " 


16 " 


37 " 


IS " 


'• 38 " 



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Regular Pattern. 



Orders ta.ls.en lor Horse Lawn Mowers. 



Each, 


$22 


00 


■• 


24 


00 


•• 


27 


00 




30 


00 


Each, 


$13 


00 


■• 


'5 


00 


•• 


17 


00 


•• 


'9 


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21 


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Needles. 



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MATTEESS. 




Curved, Assorted, 4 to 10 Inch 



Per Dozen, 



Length, Inches, 8 
Per Dozen, $1 50 



TTpholsterers' Needles. 



10 
2 00 



12 
2 50 



3 00 



16 
3 So 



Length, Inches, 3 
Per Gross, $2 25 



Packing Needles. 



3'A 


4 


4X 


5 


5K 


6 


2 50 


2 75 


3 00 


3 7S 


4 S° 


4 75 



Length, Inches, 4 
Per Dozen, $1 25 



Spring Eyed Needles— English. 

A'A 
1 25 



5 

I 50 



S pring Eyed Needles — California Pattern. 

ATT. HAND MADE. 



WITH CUTTER. 



Length, Inches, 4 
Per Dozen, $1 75 



4j£ Length, Inches, 4 

1 75 Per Dozen, $4 00 



A'A 
4 00 



Sail Needles. 



ength, Inches, 2% 


2^ 


2* 


3 


3# 


4 


Per Hundred, $1 00 


I 00 


I 25 


I 50 


« 75 


2 00 



Sailors' Palms. 



Hide 

Hide and Brass 



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Per Dozen, $2 50 
3 00 

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Sand and Emery Paper and Emery Cloth. 



291 




jit lLNit MpKR . 

ll'lfifiil! 



Nos. 00 o yi 

Per Ream, $4 75 4 75 4 75 

Bundle Contains, 5 5 4 

Assorted, Nos. 00 to 3 (Bundle Contains 2'/ z Reams) 



int" Sand 


Paper. 










1 


*A 


2 


ftfi 


3 




4 75 


4 75 


5 25 


5 25 


5 25 




iA 


3 


2H 


2 


iyi Reams. 






■ 




Per Ream, 


$4 75 



Half Ream in a Package. 



Nos. OO 
Per Yard, $0 10 



O 

o 10 



Extra Flint Paper in Polls. 

S3 1/2 Inches Wide. 



A 
o 10 



1 

10 

60 Tarda in a Boll. 



o 10 



a 

II 



*A 

12 



3 

o 13 



" Star " Sand Paper. 



Nos. 00 a 

Per Ream, $3 75 3 75 3 75 

Bundle Coutains, 5 5 4 

Assorted, Nos. OO to 3 (Bundle Contains 2'/ 2 Reams) 



1 


i'A 


2 


*'A 


3 


3 75 


3 75 


3 75 


3 75 


3 75 


sA 


3 


*A 


2 


\% Reams. 
Per Ream, $3 75 



Half Beam in a Package. 



Emerv Paper. 



Nos. 00 % 

Per Ream, $6 50 6 50 6 50 

Bundle Coutains, $% 4 $)£ 

Assorted, Nos. OO to 3 (Bundle Contains 2% Reams) 



1 


l'A 


2 


»H 


3 


6 50 


6 50 


7 5° 


9 50 


11 50 


3 


'A 


2 


'A 


1 '. Reams. 
Per Ream, $6 50 



Half Beam in a Package. 



Nos. OO O 

Per Ream, $18 00 18 00 

Bundle Contains, 2)4 2)4 

Assorted, Nos. OO to 3 (Bundle Contains 2 Reams) 
Crocus Cloth ( " "2 





E 


mer 


y 


Clo 


th. 








100 




A 




1 




*A 


2 


-iA 3 


18 00 




18 00 




18 00 




18 00 


20 00 


24 00 26 00 


2 

ieams 

" ) 




2 




i# 




*A 


i* 


1 ;'.,' Reams. 

Per Ream, $18 00 

18 00 



Quarter Beam in a Package. 



COMPARATIVE NUJIBEES OF EMERY PAPER ANT> CLOTH. 



Baeder, Adamson & Co.'s Numbers, OO 

English Numbers, Flour, 






lOO 


A 


1 


iA 


2 


*A 


3 


20 


IOO 


90 


§0 


70 


OO 


•51 


46 



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Wrought Trap Door Rings and Staples. 




Full Size Cut of \'A Inch. 

No. 55. Wrought Iron. 



Hitching Rings 




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Inch, \% 


iH 


2 2% 


*% 


3 


Per Gross, $8 40 


9 60 
No. 57. 


II SO 13 20 

G-alvaiiized. Wrought Iron. 


IS 6 ° 


18 00 


Inch, l'/i 


i& 


2 2% 


*% 


3 


Per Gross, $12 00 


14 00 


16 00 19 00 


21 00 


24 00 



Nos. 15 and 17. Hull Size Cut of z'A Inch. 

Wrought Iron. Galvanized. Wrought Iron. 

No. 15. 2</i Inch Per Dozen, $2 00 | No. 17. 2% Inch . Per Dozen, $2 75 

Wrought Swing Bolts and Rings. 




Made oi Iron. One Size Only. 



</ 2 Inch Diameter, 7 Inches Long 



Per Dozen, $1 30 



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WROUGHT SCRRW HOOK. 




Wrought Screw Hooks. 



No. 120. 

Inch, 5/16 3/8 

Per Dozen, $0 90 1 00 



Wrought Iron. 

7/i6 1/2 5/3 3/4 

1 25 1 50 2 20 3 50 



No. 122. Galvanized. Wrought Iron. 



Inch, 5/16 
Per Dozen, $1 35 



3/8 
1 So 



7/16 
2 00 



1/2 
2 60 



5/8 
4 00 



3/4 
6 40 



Wrought Eye Bolts. 

No. 100. "Wrought Iron. 

Inch, 3/8 7/16 1/2 5/8 



Per Dozen, $1 40 



1 75 



2 20 



3 25 



3/4 
S So 



No. 102. Galvanized Wrought Iron. 



293 

WROUGHT EYE BOLT. 



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Inch, 3/8 


7/16 


1/2 


5/8 


3/4 


(Per Dozen, $2 00 


2 SO 


3 25 


4 7S 


8 00 



Full Size Cut of H Inch. 



Full Size Cut of J4 Inch. 



No. 4. 



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Brass Eye Bolts. 



SS EYE DOLT. 




For 


Ship Use. 










FINISHED. 






No. 1. 


yi Inch Eye, 


with I Inch Screw, 


per Dozen, $1 50 




No. 2. 


H 


" 


1* 


1 80 




No. 3. 


X 


" 


itf 


" 2 10 




No. 4. 


% 


" 


1% 


2 70 




No. 5. 


1 


" 


i# 


" 2 90 




No. 6. 


itf 


" 


i* 


3 20 




No. 7. 


1* 




2 


4 20 



Rowlocks. 

«T.T. 8WT7KL IN SOCKET 

Galvanized Malleable Iron. 



Sizes, Nos. 1 
( opening, 2 In. 

Per Pair. $0 60 



2 

2* 

80 



Galvanized Cast Iron. 



Sizes. N'os. 11 
Opening, 2 In. 
Per Pair. $0 40 



12 

2V 
o 60 



3 

2)4 
I 20 



13 

2% 

I 00 




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Bright Iron and Brass "Wire Screw Eyes. 




Bright Iron "Wire Screw Eyes. 

Nos. 12 3 4 5 6 7 8 » 1© 11 12 13 14 

Iron, per Gross, $9 00 7 50 6 00 5 00 4 00 3 00 2 50 2 00 1 70 1 50 1 40 1 30 1 20 1 10 1 05 

Brass "Wire Screw Eyes. 

Nos. 1004 100.5 1006 lOOr 100§ 1©0» IOIO 1011 1012 1013 1014 

Brass, per Gross, $19 00 16 00 13 00 10 00 8 00 6 00 5 00 4 00 3 5° 3 00 2 50 

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104 



105 



io« 



107 



108 









109 



110 



111 



112 



US 



114 








204 



205 



206 



207 



208 







200 



210 



211 



212 



213 



214 



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Bright 


1 


ron Wire Screw 


Eve 


s. 








Nos. 


104 


105 


1M 


107 




108 


100 


HO 


111 




112 


113 114&114K 


Per Gross, 


$3 '0 


2 60 


2 20 


1 80 




1 60 


1 45 


1 35 


1 


25 




« 15 


1 os 1 00 


Nos. 


204 


205 


206 


207 




20* 


209 


210 


211 




212 


313 214 & ill'. 


Per Gross, 


$2 90 


2 40 


2 00 


« 65 




1 45 


1 35 


1 30 


I 


20 




1 10 


1 00 95 










Brass 


Wil- 


e Screw Ey 


es. 










Nos. 


1104 


1105 


1106 


1107 




lis 


1109 


lllO 


1111 




1112 


1113 


III 1 1 II 1 


Per Gross, 


$17 00 


14 00 


11 00 


9 00 




7 00 


S 00 


4 00 


3 00 




2 75 


2 50 


2 25 


Nos. 


1204 


1205 


1206 


1207 




1908 


UNO 


1210 


1211 




1212 


1213 


121 1 .m 121 r. 


Per Gross, 


$14 50 


12 00 


9 5° 


7 00 




5 50 


4 5" 


3 5° 


2 75 




2 50 


2 25 


2 00 



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Patent Iron Wood Screws. 



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REVISED LIST OF .TULY 1. 1S87. 




LIST PRICE PER GROSS FOR IRON SCREWS. BOTH ROUND AND FLAT HEAD. 



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1-4 


i 


$ 




30 


1 

30 


2 

30 


3 

30 


4 

30 
























3- 


8 


j 

( 


$ 




30 


1 

30 


2 

30 


3 

30 


4 

30 


5 

30 


6 

33 


7 

36 


8 
39 


9 

44 














1- 


2 


j 
( 


a 


1 
30 


2 

30 


3 

30 


4 

30 


5 

33 


6 

36 


7 

39 


8 
41 


9 

47 


10 

53 


11 

59 


12 

65 










5- 


8 


{ 




1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 






$ 


30 


30 


30 


33 


36 


39 


41 


44 


50 


56 


63 


70 


77 


85 






3- 


4 


( 




2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


IO 


11 


12 


13 


II 


15 


16 




( 


$ 


30 


32 


35 


38 


41 


43 


48 


53 


59 


67 


75 


83 


90 


1 10 


1 25 




7-8 


j 

1 


$ 


2 

33 


3 

35 


4 

38 


5 

41 


6 

44 


7 

47 


8 
52 


9 

58 


10 

64 


11 

71 


12 

80 


13 

90 


14 

97 


15 

1 '5 


16 

1 30 




1 




) 




3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 20 




9 


40 


42 


44 


47 


51 


56 


63 


69 


77 


86 


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58 


63 


70 


75 


83 


93 


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1 50 


1 75 


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11 




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1 10 


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1 60 


1 80 


2 05 


2 25 


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I 50 


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1 50 


1 55 


1 60 


1 65 


1 70 


I 80 


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2 70 


3 30 


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11 


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13 


14 


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17 


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22 


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$ 


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2 40 


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Patent Brass Wood Sere ays. 



297 



"\ 



REVISED I^IST OK 1 .TCTIjY 1, 1SS7. 




LIST PRICE. PEE. GROSS. 



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1 
52 


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58 


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71 


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2 


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6 


7 


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61 


67 


71 


79 


86 


98 


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2 


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4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 












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$ 59 


64 


70 


78 


86 


96 


1 09 


1 23 


1 40 


1 56 


1 75 












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7 


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10 


11 


12 


13 


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$ 70 


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74 


83 


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I 38 


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I 73 


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2 69 


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3 29 




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4 


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6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


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1 04 


1 07 


1 10 


1 27 


1 48 


1 68 


1 91 


2 14 


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2 67 


2 97 


328 


3 62 


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12 


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1 38 


1 41 


1 44 


« 47 


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1 97 


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3 16 


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3 88 


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1 89 


1 92 


1 95 


1 98 


2 26 


2 58 


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3 28 


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5 49 


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20 



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298 



Nickel-Plated Screws. 



"\ 






ROT-TNTD HEAD. 



FLAT HEAD. 



Nickel-Plated 011 Iron. Round and Flat Heads. 



Numbers, 4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


IO 


11 


12 


13 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


20 


% In 

H " 
% " 

n " 
i 

r K :: 

IX " 

2 " 

2' + " 
2K " 
2# " 

3 " 


$1 45 
i 4S 
I 45 


$i 45 
i 45 
i 45 


$i 45 
i 45 
I 45 
i 45 
i 50 
i 55 


$i 45 

1 45 
i 45 
i 5° 
i 55 
i 55 
i 88 

2 15 


$i 45 
i 45 
i 50 
i 55 
i 55 
i 65 

1 94 

2 20 


Si 50 
1 55 

1 F 

1 61 
1 68 

1 80 

2 05 
2 30 
2 40 


$i 60 
1 63 
I 70 
1 70 
1 75 

1 95 

2 15 
2 40 
2 50 

2 85 

3 45 


Si 85 
1 90 
1 90 

1 95 

2 10 

238 
2 55 

2 70 

3 00 
3 55 


$2 05 

2 15 
2 20 
2 25 
2 30 
2 50 

2 80 

3 00 
3 25 
3 65 


$2 35 
2 40 

2 60 

2 85 

3 12 
3 45 

3 75 

4 00 


$2 70 
2 75 
2 80 

2 95 

3 15 
3 45 

3 75 

4 00 
4 25 

4 60 

5 00 


«3 IS 
3 25 
3 35 
3 55 

3 80 

4 05 
4 30 
4 75 


$3 60 
3 70 

3 85 

4 00 
4 20 

4 45 

4 80 

5 10 

5 4° 

6 20 


$4 20 
4 40 

4 60 

5 00 
5 30 
5 85 


$4 65 

4 85 

5 10 

5 55 

6 10 

6 65 

7 30 

8 05 


$5 85 
6 IS 

6 70 

7 25 

7 90 

8 75 

9 45 



American Screw Co.'s Iron Machine Screws. 




ROTJND OR FLAT HEADS. 



Numbers, 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


IO 


12 


14 


16 


18 


20 22 


24 


26 


28 


30 


Length, 

3/16 
1/4 & 5/16 

3/8 & 7/16 

1/2 

9/16 & 5/8 

3/4 
7/8 
1 
1 1/8 
1 1/4 
1 3/8 
1 1/2 

1 3/4 

2 

2 1/4 
2 1/2 
2 3/4 

3 


So 55 
55 
55 
55 


55 
55 

55 

60 


55 
55 
55 
55 
60 

65 


55 
55 
55 
55 
60 
65 
75 


55 
55 
55 
55 
60 
65 
75 
85 


65 

65 
65 

65 
75 
85 
95 


65 
65 
65 

65 
75 
85 
95 
1 00 


75 

75 
75 
75 
75 
85 
95 
95 
1 00 
1 10 


75 

75 

75 

75 

75 

85 

95 

95 

1 00 

1 10 

1 10 


85 

85 

85 

85 

95 

95 

1 00 

1 00 

1 20 

1 20 

1 30 


95 
95 
95 
95 
105 
1 10 

1 15 
1 20 
1 25 
1 30 
1 40 
150 


105 

105 
105 
1 05 
1 10 

1 15 
1 20 
1 25 
1 30 
135 
1 So 
1 60 

175 


I 15 
1 15 

I 20 
125 
I 30 
I 30 

1 35 
1 40 

X t 5 
1 00 

1 70 

1 90 

2 00 


1 20 
1 20 

J 25 

I30 

1 35 
1 40 

1 45 

It 

1 60 

1 70 

1 90 

2 00 

215 
2 30 


1 35 
1 35 
1 40 

150 
1 60 
170 
1 80 
1 90 

1 90 

2 00 
215 
2 20 
2 40 
250 
275 


150 
150 
150 
1 60 
1 70 
I 80 

1 90 

2 00 
2 00 
2 15 
2 30 

2 45 
2 00 

2 75 
2 90 


1 60 
1 70 

1 90 

2 00 
2 00 
2 10 
2 15 
2 30 
2 45 
2 60 
275 

2 90 

3 10 


1 90 

2 10 
2 20 
2 30 
2 40 

2 45 
2 60 

2 75 

2 90 

3 10 
3 40 
380 


2 35 
250 
2 60 
2 70 

2 75 

2 90 

3 10 

3 40 
380 

4 20 
4 60 



Machine Screws 
Threads to the Inch, 



Threads to the Inch. 
Nos. 2 3 4, 5 6, 7, 8 9, 10 12, 14 16 

56 48 32, 36 & 40 30 & 32 24, 30 & 32 20 & 24 16, 18 & 20 16 & 18 



18, 20, 22 24, 26, 28, 30 



14&16 



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Set Screws— Steel and Iron. 



299 



Case Hardened. 




Iron Set Screws. 

























PER 


HUNDRED. 
























Diam. 
Of 

Screw. 


1/4 


5/16 


3/8 


7/16 


1/2 


9/16 


5/8 


3/4 


7/8 


I 


I 1/8 


Diam. 

of 
Screw. 


1/4 


5/16 


3/8 


7/16 


1/2 


9/16 


5/8 


3/4 


7/8 


1 


1 1/8 


I 1/4 


X 


2 00 

2 15 
2 30 

2 45 
2 60 


2 20 
2 35 
2 5° 
265 
2 80 


2 50 
265 
2 80 

2 95 

3 10 


2 90 

3 10 
3 30 
3 50 
3 7° 


3 40 
3 00 

3 80 

4 00 
4 20 


4 2S 
4 25 
4 50 

4 75 

5 00 


S 00 
S 00 
525 
5 50 
5 75 










2 

3 


2 80 


3 00 
3 25 


3 30 

3 55 
3 8S 


3 95 

4 25 

4 60 

5 00 


4 45 

4 75 
5™ 

5 50 
5 95 


5 30 
56S 
60s 

650 
7 00 


6 05 
6 40 

6 80 

7 25 

7 75 


8 60 

9 30 
10 00 

10 80 

11 70 


12 90 
1380 

14 80 

15 90 
17 10 


17 00 

18 40 

19 80 
21 40 
23 00 


21 10 

22 90 
24 70 
26 70 
28 80 


25 30 

2740 

29 00 
32 00 

3460 


7 00 
7 00 

7 50 

8 00 








*X 


11 30 

11 30 

12 00 


1490 
15 90 


19 50 




















Thr'ds 

to 
Inch. 


20 


18 


16 


M 


12 


12 


11 


10 


9 


8 


7 


Thr'ds 

to 
Inch. 


20 


iS 


16 


14 


12 


12 


11 


10 


9 


8 


7 


7 


























Add for 

each 
'/finch. 


25 


30 


35 


45 


50 


55 


60 


1 00 


1 30 


1 70 


2 20 


2 80 



Hardened. Steel 




Set Screws. 



PER HUNDRED. 



Diam. 
of 

Screw. 


1/4 


5/16 


3/8 

6 00 

35 

6 70 

7 0S 
7 45 


7/16 


1/2 


9/16 


5/8 


3/4 


7/8 


1 


Diam. 

of 
Screw. 


1/4 


5/i6 


3/8 


7/16 


1/2 


9/16 


5/8 


3/4 


7/8 


I 


X 


480 
5 15 
5 50 

5 85 

6 20 


5 30 
SOS 

6 00 
6 35 
6 70 


95 
7 45 

7 95 

8 45 

9 00 


815 
865 

I 5 
965 

10 20 


9 60 
10 20 

10 80 

11 40 

12 10 


12 00 
12 00 

12 60 

13 20 
1390 








2 

2* 

*x 

3 


660 


7 10 

7 55 


7 90 

8 40 

9 00 


9 60 

10 20 

11 00 
11 80 


Iv 80 

11 50 

12 20 

13 00 
1390 


12 80 

13 60 

i4So 
i5 5o 
16 60 


1470 
IS So 
10 40 
1740 
1850 


20 80 
22 40 

24 10 

25 90 
27 80 


28 00 
30 00 
3230 
34 70 
37 30 


36 90 
39 5° 


16 80 
16 80 
18 00 
1930 








24 60 
24 60 
26 20 


34 00 
3460 


42 50 
46 00 












5000 










Thr'ds 

to 
Inch. 


20 


18 


16 


14 


12 


12 


11 


10 


9 


8 


Thr'ds 

to 
Inch. 


20 


18 


16 


'4 


12 


12 


11 


10 


9 


8 






















Add for 

each 
U Inch. 


45 


So 


70 


90 


1 00 


1 20 


125 


200 


2 80 


4 50 



Hexagon Head 







Cap Screws. 



PER HUNDRED. 



v: 



Diameter of 

Head. 


7/16 


1/2 


9/16 


5/8 


3/4 


Diameter of 
Head. 


13/16 


7/8 


1 


1 1/8 


1 1/4 


length of 
Head. 


9/32 


11/32 


13/32 


'5/32 


9/16 


Length of 
Head. 


S/8 


11/16 


13/16 


i5/«6 


1 1/16 


Diameter of 
Screw. 


1/4 


5/'6 


3/8 


7/16 


1/2 


Diameter of 

Screw. 


9/16 


5/8 


3/4 


7/8 


1 




X $3 00 

1 325 

itf 3 50 
i# 3 75 
iX 400 

2 4 25 


X $325 
I 350 

tX 3 75 

1 % 4 00 

*X 425 

2 4 60 

%X 500 


X $3 75 

1 4 00 

i* 4 25 
*X 4 50 
I* 4 75 

2 SOS 

2% 5 40 
2% 5 80 


X 5440 


X $5 50 





% $7 00 








2 












Itf 5O0I 1 * 600 
i'4 5 30 1 'A 6 30 a 
iX 5 0° l X 00 s - 
2 S95 2 7 00 p| 
»X 0352V 750 ; 

2 £ 6 80 2 'i 8 00 










a 
■0.- 

§ 


1 % 8 00 I ' . 10 00 I ' . 12 20 
i}£ 8501V 1060:1^ 1280 

2 9 10 2 11 20 2 13 40 

2'A 9 70 2', II 90 2'i 14 10 
2', 10 40 2^ 12 70 2 < 2 M90 


1 '. »lu 00 

I\, 1600 

2 17 20 
2% 17 00 

ajj 18 80 


1^ $21 20 
2 22 30 
2% 2360 
2', 2510 






2 H 7 30 2'j 8 60 


i 


2jf II 20 2V J 3 °° 2)i IS 90 2X 20 00 2V 26 90 


s 










3 9 30 


a 


3 12 103 14703 17003 21803 2900 














Thr'ds to Inch. 


20 


18 


16 


■4 


12 


Thr'ds to Inch. 


12 


11 


10 9 


8 


Add for each % 
Inch. 


$0 30 


40 


50 


60 


80 


Add for each l . 
Inch. 


$1 O0 


1 30 1 60 2 00 


2 40 



r 



300 



COMMON POINT. 



Lag Bolts or Coach Screws. 



MANTJPACTURKRR' STANDARD LIST. 











PER 


HUNDRED 












LENGTH. 


5/i6 


3/8 


7/16 


X/2 


9/16&5/S 


3/4 


7/8 


1 


l'A Inch. 


$2 70 


$3 10 


$4 00 


$4 30 










j)-^&. 2 


2 90 


3 30 


4 25 


4 60 


$6 50 








>^2£ 


3 10 


3 5° 


4 5° 


4 9° 


6 90 


$10 00 








► 3 " 


3 3° 


3 70 


4 75 


5 20 


7 30 


10 50 


$15 00 






1 3'A " 


3 50 


3 9° 


S 00 


5 50 


7 7° 


II 00 


15 75 


$21 60 




t 4 " 


3 7° 


4 10 


S 25 


5 80 


8 10 


11 50 


16 50 


22 50 




► 4'A " 


3 90 


4 30 


s 50 


6 10 


8 50 


12 00 


'7 25 


23 40 




► 5 " 


4 10 


4 50 


5 75 


6 40 


8 90 


12 50 


18 00 


24 25 




* u ■■ 


4 30 


4 70 


6 00 


6 70 


9 30 


13 00 


18 75 


25 25 




►• 6 


4 5° 


4 90 


6 25 


7 00 


9 70 


13 50 


19 5° 


26 25 










6 75 


7 60 


10 50 


14 50 


21 00 


28 25 




*• S 






7 25 


8 20 


11 30 


'5 5° 


22 50 


30 25 




9 






7 75 


8 80 


12 10 


16 50 


24 00 


32 25 




10 




.... 




9 40 


12 90 


17 50 


25 50 


34 25 




► 11 




.... 




10 00 


13 70 


18 50 


27 00 


36 25 




r I2 








10 60 


14 5° 


'9 50 


28 50 


38 25 























^ 



COMMON POINT. 




Machine Bolts. 



ROUND HEAD. 
SQUARE NECK. 




SQUARE. 



With Square Heads and Nuts. Finished Points. 

MANITFACTURERS' STANDARD I,IST. 



PER HUNDRED. 



LENGTH. I 


/4 


5/16 


3/8 


7/16 1/2 


9/16 & 5 /8 


3/4 


7/8 


1 


l'A Inch. $2 


80 


$3 2C 


$3 6c 


1 $4 60 $5 00 


$7 20 


$10 50 


$14 90 


$22 00 


2 " 2 


90 


3 3i 


3 8( 


1 1 4 90 5 30 


7 70 


11 10 


15 80 


23 10 


2% " ; 


00 


3 S< 


4 0( 


5 20 5 60 


8 20 


11 70 


16 60 


24 20 


3 " : 


10 


3 6; 


4 2( 


' 5 50 5 90 


8 70 


12 30 


17 50 


25 30 


3A " 3 


20 


3 8c 


4 4< 
4 6( 


1 | 5 80 6 20 


9 20 


12 90 


18 30 


26 40 


4 " : 


3° 


3 91 


> 6 10 6 50 


9 70 


13 5° 


19 20 


27 50 


4K " 3 


40 


4 IC 


4 8c 


1 6 40 6 80 


10 20 


14 10 


20 00 


28 60 


5 " i 


50 


4 2. 


5 oc 


» 6 70 7 10 


10 70 


14 70 


20 90 


29 70 


5'A " 3 


60 


4 4C 


5 2t 


» 7 00 7 40 


11 20 


15 3° 


21 70 


30 80 


6 : 


70 


4 5i 


5 4C 


> 7 30 7 70 


11 70 


*5 9° 


22 60 


31 90 


(>'A " 3 


80 


4 V 


5 6c 


» 7 60 8 00 


12 20 


16 50 


23 40 


33 00 


7 " : 


90 


4 «! 


1 5 8( 


» 7 90 8 30 


12 70 


17 10 


24 30 


34 '0 


TA " 


00 


5 oc 


6 oc 


> 8 20 8 60 


13 20 


17 70 


25 10 


35 20 


8 " ' 


10 


5 'i 


6 2C 


8 50 8 90 


13 70 


18 30 


26 00 


36 30 


9 








6 6c 


9 10 9 50 


14 75 


19 50 


27 7° 


38 50 


10 " 










7 oc 


9 7° 10 10 


15 75 


20 70 


29 40 


40 70 


11 










7 4C 
7 8c 


10 30 10 70 


16 75 


21 90 


31 10 


42 90 


12 










10 90 11 30 


17 75 


23 10 


32 80 


45 10 


13 












11 90 


18 75 


24 30 


34 50 
36 20 


47 30 


14 












12 50 


19 75 


25 50 


49 50 


15 












13 10 


20 75 


26 70 


37 90 


5i 70 


16 












13 70 


21 75 


27 90 


39 60 


53 90 


17 












14 3° 


22 75 


29 10 


41 30 


56 10 


iS 












M 90 


23 75 


30 30 


43 00 


58 30 


19 












'5 50 


24 75 


31 50 


44 70 
40 40 


60 50 


20 " 










1 


16 10 


25 75 


32 70 


62 70 



Bolts with Hexagon Heads or Hexagon Nuts, 10 per cent, extra. 

If hoth Hexagon Heads and Hexagon Nuts, 20 per cent, extra. 

Bolts with Square Necks charged extra. 

Bolts of irregular shape or style, made to order, will be charged extra at our discretion. 




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" PHILADELPHIA PATTERN. 



Refined Iron Carriage Bolts. 




With. Forged Nuts, Oval Heads and Finished Points 



LEHQTH OF BOLT. AND PRICE PER HUNDRED. 





r 


1 


IX 


ijt 


IX 


2 


ax 


ax 


ax 


3 


*H 


3'A 


»x 


4 


4X 


1-4 


1 


$ 1 35 


1 35 


1 35 


I 40 


« 45 


1 50 


1 55 


1 60 


1 65 


1 70 


« 75 


I 80 


1 85 


1 90 


) 


4X 


*K 


5 


5X 


6 


«X 


7 


*X 


8 


»X 


9 


9'A 


10 


10^ 




I 


$ 1 95 


2 00 


2 50 


2 IS 


2 25 


2 35 


2 45 


2 55 


2 65 


2 75 


2 85 


2 95 


3 05 


3 15 




f 


1 


IX 


1/2 


»x 


2 


ax 


ax 


ax 


3 


3X 


3-A 


3X 


4 


4X 


5-16 


$ 1 60 


1 60 


I 60 


1 68 


1 75 


1 83 


1 90 


1 98 


2 05 


2 13 


2 20 


2 28 


2 35 


2 43 


I 


*x 


*H 


5 


»X 


6 


6^ 


7 


*X 


§ 


»x 


9 


9K 


IO 


11 




$ 2 SO 


2 58 


2 65 


2 80 


2 95 


3 10 


3 25 


3 40 


3 55 


3 70 


3 85 


4 00 


4 IS 


4 45 




\ 


ix 


IX 


2 


ax 


ax 


»X 


3 


«X 


3^ 


3' 4 


4 


*'/* 


4X 


4X 


3-8 


$ 2 30 


2 30 


2 30 


2 40 


2 50 


2 60 


2 70 


2 80 


2 90 


3 00 


3 10 


3 20 


3 30 


3 40 


\ 


s 


«X 


6 


6^ 


7 


f'A 


8 


**x 


9 


»x 


10 


10K 


11 


12 




8 3 SO 


3 7o 


3 90 


4,0 


4 30 


4 50 


4 70 


4 90 


S JO 


5 30 


5 So 


5 70 


5 90 


6 30 


































c 


2 


*X 


a 


3X 


4 


4X 


5 


*x 


« 


«x 


7 


*x 


8 


»x 


7-16 


\ 


$ 3 10 


3 35 


3 60 


3 85 


4 10 


4 35 


4 60 


4 85 


5 10 


5 35 


5 60 


5 85 


6 10 


635 


\ 


9 


•X 


10 


1©X 


11 


«X 


12 


fi'A 


13 


li 


II 


l*X 


15 


16 




$ 6 60 


6 85 


7 10 


7 35 


7 60 


78S 


8 10 


835 


8 60 


8 85 


9 10 


9 35 


9 60 


10 10 




\ 


9 


ax 


3 


»X 


4 


4X 


S 


*X 


6 


«x 


7 


»x 


» 


»x 


1-2 


$ 3 80 


4 12 


4 44 


4 76 


5 08 


5 40 


5 72 


6 04 


636 


6 68 


7 00 


7 32 


7 64 


7 96 


I 


9 


9 1 , 


10 


10'. 


11 


11 ' 


12 


12'; 


13 


13% 


II 


1 l' ; 


15 


16 




$ 8 28 


8 60 


8 92 


9 24 


9 50 


9 88 


10 20 


10 52 


10 84 


11 16 


11 48 


11 80 


12 12 


12 76 




f 
1 


B 


3X 


4 


*H 


5 


">'.■ 


6 


«X 


7 


*x 


a 


»x 


9 


»x 




$ 7 So 


8 00 


8 50 


9 00 


9 SO 


10 00 


10 50 


11 00 


II 50 


12 00 


12 50 


13 00 


13 50 


14 00 


5-8 


10 


10# 


11 


"X 


ia 


12'. 


13 


1»X 


14 


11.- 


15 


16 


17 


i» 




$14 50 


15 00 


15 50 


16 00 


16 50 


17 00 


'7 50 


18 00 


18 50 


19 00 


19 50 


20 50 


21 50 


22 50 




f 


8 


3', 


1 


IX 


5 


»X 


6 


«x 


7 


»x 


§ 


»x 


9 


»x 


3-4 


$13 So 


14 20 


14 90 


15 °o 


16 30 


17 00 


17 70 


18 40 


19 10 


19 80 


20 50 


21 20 


21 90 


22 60 


1 


10 


10', 


11 


"X 


ia 


12'.. 


13 


13X 


14 


I4'_, 


15 


16 


17 


18 


t 


$23 30 


24 00 


24 70 


25 40 


26 10 


26 80 


27 50 


28 20 


28 90 


29 60 


30 30 


31 70 


33 10 


34 50 

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"COLEMAN'S" NOEWAY 

Philadelphia Carriage Bolts. 




"With. Forged Nuts, Turned. Heads and Finished Points. 



WARRANTED OF GENUINE NORWAY IRON. 



LENGTH OF BOLT. AND PRICE PER HUNDRED. 



"\ 



1-8 { 

3-16^ 

1-4 1 


1 


»X 


IX 


IX 


2 


2X 


2X 


2X 


3 


»x 


S'A 


$ 3 00 


3 10 


3 20 


3 30 


3 40 


3 SO 


3 60 


3 70 


3 80 


3 90 


4 00 


3H 


4 


4X 


4X 


5 


&H 


6 


«A 


7 


*x 


8 


$ 4 10 


4 20 


4 35 


4 SO 


4 80 


S 10 


s 40 


s 70 


6 00 


6 30 


6 60 




IX 


IX 


2 


2X 


2X 


2# 


3 


3X 


»A 


3X 


4 


5-16 \ 


$ 4 00 


4 00 


4 10 


4 20 


4 40 


4 SO 


4 70 


4 90 


5 00 


S 20 


s 30 


*A 


5 


5% 


6 


6X 


7 


*x 


8 


»A 


9 


10 




$ s 70 


6 00 


6 30 


6 60 


7 00 


7 30 


7 60 


7 90 


8 20 


8 50 


9 10 




2 


2X 


2X 


»x 


3 


*x 


S'A 


a# 


4 


*'A 


*A 


3-8 \ 


$ 5 00 


5 20 


s 40 


5 60 


S 80 


6 00 


6 20 


6 40 


6 60 


6 80 


7 00 


5 


5X 


6 


6^ 


7 


*x 


8 


8X 


9 


»x 


IO 




$ 7 40 


7 80 


8 20 


8 60 


9 00 


9 40 


9 80 


10 20 


10 60 


II 00 


II 40 




2 


2X 


2X 


2X 


3 


3% 


4 


4X 


5 


»X 


6 


7-16 | 


$ 7 40 


7 60 


7 80 


8 00 


8 20 


8 60 


9 00 


9 40 


9 80 


10 20 


10 60 


«X 


7 


»x 


8 


8X 


9 


»x 


10 


1©X 


11 


12 




$11 00 


11 40 


II 80 


12 20 


12 60 


13 00 


13 40 


13 80 


14 20 


14 60 


IS 40 




2 


2X 


3 


3X 


4 


*& 


5 


5X 


6 


«x 


7 


1-2 I 


$ 9 00 


9 SO 


10 00 


10 50 


11 00 


11 50 


12 00 


12 50 


13 00 


>3 50 


14 00 


?X 


8 


8X 


9 


»x 


IO 


ioX- 


11 


12 


13 


14 




S14 50 


15 00 


15 50 


16 00 


16 50 


17 00 


17 50 


18 00 


19 00 


20 00 


21 00 



Philadelphia 




Tire Bolts. 



Norway Iron, with Forged Nuts and Finished Points. 



Diameter. I 






LENGTH OP BOLT. AND PRICE PER HUNDRED. 










1-8 { 






All Lengths, $1 50 per Hundred. 










3-16 { 


1 

$ 1 So 


IX 
1 So 


»X IX 2 2# 2>£ 
1 So 1 50 1 60 1 65 1 75 


2# 
1 80 


3 

I 90 


3X 
■ 2 00 


2 05 



1-4 I 



3-8 ) 



»x 
$ 1 90 



5-16] ,» 



2 

S 00 



IX 
2 00 

IX 

2 85 

21/ 
A 

S 20 



IX 

2 is 

2 

3 05 

»X 

S 40 



2 

2 25 

2X 

3 20 

5 60 



2X 

2 40 

2X 

3 3S 

3 

S 80 



2X 

2 50 

2X 

3 SO 

3X 
6 20 



2X 

2 65 

3 

3 65 

4 

6 60 



3 

2 75 

»A 

3 95 

4X 
7 00 



3X 
2 90 

4 

4 25 

5 
7 40 



3X 

3 00 

*X 

4 55 

SA 
7 80 



4 

3 25 

5 

4 90 

6 

8 20 



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No. 1. No. 2. No. 3. No. 4. 

"With. Right or Lett JBCarid Thread, as may l:>e Ordered. 

PER HUNDEED. 



LENGTH. 


5/16 Inch. 


3/8 Inch. 


7/16 Inch. 


1/2 Inch. 


9/16 Inch. 


5/8 Inch. 


LENGTH. 


5/16 Inch. 


3/8 Inch. 


7/16 Inch. 


1/2 Inch. 


9/16 Inch. 


5/8 Inch. 


iX 


$1 7° 


$2 00 


$2 60 


$3 50 


$4 5° 


$5 70 


2*r 


$2 3° 


$2 60 


$3 5o 


$4 70 


$6 00 


$7 so 


iK 


I 80 


2 10 


2 75 


3 70 


4 75 


6 00 


3 


2 40 


2 70 


3 65 


4 90 


6 25 


7 80 


i* 


I 90 


2 20 


2 90 


3 9° 


5 00 


6 30 


3# 




2 80 


3 80 


5 10 


6 50 


8 10 


2 


2 00 


2 30 


3 05 


4 10 


5 25 


6 60 


3K 




2 90 


3 95 


5 30 


6 75 


8 40 


*X 


2 10 


2 40 


3 20 


4 3° 


5 50 


6 90 


3X 




3 00 


4 10 


5 50 


7 00 


8 70 


*# 


2 20 


2 5° 


3 35 


4 50 


5 75 


7 20 


4 




3 10 


4 25 


5 7° 


7 25 


9 00 




FLAT HEAD. 



Stove Bolts. 



PEE. HUNDRED. 




ROUND HEAD. 



PLAT HEADS. 


ROUND HEADS. 


LENGTH. 


5/32. 3/16 and 
7/32 Inch. 


1/4 Inch. 


5/16 Inch. 


3/8 Inch. 


5/32, 3/16 and 
7/32 Inch. 


1/4 Inch. 


Y % Inch .... 


$0 60 








$0 85 




yi " 


60 


$0 65 






85 


$0 95 


H " .... 


60 


65 






85 


95 


j? •• 


60 


65 


$1 05 


$2 20 


85 


95 


# " .... 


65 


70 


I 10 


2 20 


90 


1 00 


I " . 


65 


70 


I 10 


2 20 


90 


1 00 


i'A " .... 


70 


75 


I 15 


2 20 


95 


1 05 


ij? " 


70 


75 
80 


I 15 


2 20 


95 


1 05 


If* " .... 


75 


I 20 


2 20 


1 00 


1 10 


iX .... 


75 


80 


I 20 


2 20 


1 00 


1 10 


80 


85 


I 25 


2 20 


1 05 


1 15 


2 " . 


85 


90 


I 30 


2 20 


1 10 


1 20 


2X " .... 


90 


95 


1 35 


2 30 






2X •' 


95 


1 00 


1 40 


2 40 






*% " .... 

3 " 


1 00 


1 05 


1 45 


2 SO 






1 05 


1 10 


1 5° 


2 60 








Elevator Bolts. 



Wrought Iron. 



For Bolting Buckets to Q-rain Elevators. 

PER HUNDRED. 




V, 



Size, 1/4 Inch x 3/4 Inch. 
Per Hundred, $3 30 



1 Inch. 
3 50 



5/16 Inch x 3/4 Inch. 
4 50 



1 Inch. 
5 00 



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Bolt Ends. 




STANDARD LIST OF THE ASSOCIATION OF BOLT AND NUT MANUFACTURERS OF THE UNITED STATES. 

Size of Iron, 5/16 3/8 7/16 1/2 5/8 3/4 7/8 I 1 1/8 1 1/4 1 3/8 1 1/2 1 3/4 1 7/8 2 

Length, 6 7 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 18 19 20 

Price, per lb, $0 28 o 24 o 20 o 16 o 14 12 o 12 o 12 o 12 14 14 o 14 16 16 16 



Turn Buckles. 




MANUFACTURERS- STANDARD LIST. 



Yz Inch 

H " ■ 

H " 



ich, $1 00 


1 Inch 


1 25 


1 a " 


r lb, 20 


i* " 


18 


1 a " 



Hook and Eye Turn Buckles. 




5/16 Inch, Galvanized 

3/8 " 

7/16 " " . 

1/2 '• 



Wrought Hand Rail Screws. 



Full Size Cut 01 4% Inch. 2 Nuts and Washer. 



5/16 Inch, 2 Nuts and Washer 

5/16 Inch, 1 Nut and Washer, Screw End . 

7/16 Inch, 2 Nuts and Washer, Swelled Center 



Per lb, $0 17 

" o 17 

16 

o 16 



Each, $1 50 

1 75 

2 00 
2 25 




Inch, 
Per Gross, 


4 
$10 25 




4 1/2 
II 25 


5 
12 50 


51/2 
13 So 


Inch, 
Per Gross, 


4 
$9 00 




41/2 
10 00 


5 
11 25 


12 25 




J Inch, 
j Per Gross, 


4 
«io 75 


5 
19 00 


6 

21 50 



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Nuts, Washers and Clinch Rings. 



305 



SQUABE NUTS. HOI PRESSED. 




Width. 


Thickness. 


Hole. 


Size of Bolt. 


Price 100 lbs. 


1/2 

5/8 
3/4 


'/4 

5/i6 

3/8 


7/32 
9/32 
11/32 


1/4 

5/i6 

3/8 


$13 00 

ii so 
10 00 


7/8 


7/16 


'3/32 


7/16 


9 00 


1 


1/2 


7/16 


1/2 


8 70 


1 1/8 


9/16 


1/2 


9/16 


850 


■1/4 

1 1/4 


5/8 
5/8 . 


17/32 
9/16 


5/8 
5/8 


830 


1 1/2 

13/4 
2 

2 1/4 


3/4 
7/8 

1 1/8 


11/16 or 21/32 
13/16 or 25/32 
7/8 or 27/32 
15/16 or 1 


3/4 
7/8 

1 

1 1/8 


8 00 


2 1/2 
2 3/4 


1 i/4 
13/8 


1 i/i6or 1 1/8 
I 3/16 or 1 1/4 


1 1/4 
13/8 


830 


3 , 
3 1/4 


1 1/2 
15/8 


1 5/16 or 1 3/8 
1 7/16 


I 1/2 
15/8 


880 


3 1/2 
3 3/4 
4 


1 3/4 
17/8 
2 


1 9/16 
1 11/16 
1 13/16 


13/4 
17/8 
2 


9 3° 



HKXAGON NUTS. HOT PHK^SKD. 




Width. 


Thickness. 


Hole. 


Size of Bolt. 


Price 100 lbs. 


1/2 

5/8 
3/4 


1/4 

5/16 
3/8 


7/32 
9/32 
11/32 


1/4 

5/16 
3/8 


$20 00 
16 00 
13 00 


7/8 


1/2 


; s 


7/16 


II 20 


1 

I 1/8 


7/16 
1/2 


7/16 
1/2 


1/2 
9/16 


10 50 
10 30 


1 1/4 


5/8 




5/8 


9 80 


1 1/2 

■5/8 

1 3; I 
2 


1 1/8 

■ 1/4 


21/32 
25/32 
27/32 

i 5 .6 


3/4 
7/8 

1 

1 1/8 


950 


-' 1 1 
2 1/2 


13/8 
1 1 2 


1 1/16 
■ 3/16 


I 1/4 

■3.8 


9 80 


« 3 4 


■5/8 


I 9 


1 1/2 


10 00 




17/8 


1 9/16 


1 3/4 


10 50 


31/2 


2 


1 13/16 


2 


11 00 



WASHERS. 




Diameter. 


Size of Hole. 


Thickness Wire 
Gauge. 


Size of Bolt. 


Price too lbs. 


5/8 
3/4 
7/8 


1/4 

5/16 

3/8 


No. 18 
No. 16 
No. 16 


3/16 

1/4 

5/16 


$18 00 

1250 
II 50 


1 


7/16 


No 14 


3/8 


1050 


1 1/4 
13/8 


1/2 
9/16 


No. 14 
No. 12 


7/16 
1/2 


9 50 
9 00 


1 1/2 

■ 3/4 
2 

2 1/4 
2 1/2 
23/4 
3 


5/8 

11/16 

13/16 

15/16 

1 1/16 

1 1/4 

1 3/8 


No. 12 
No. 10 
No. 10 
No. 9 
No. 9 
No. 9 
No. 9 


9/16 
5/8 
3/4 
7/8 

I 1/8 
I 1/4 


850 


3 1/2 
33/4 
4 
4 1/2 


1 1/2 
1 5/8 

1 7/8 

2 1/8 


No. 8 
No. 8 
No. 8 

Wo. 8 


1 3/8 
1 1/2 

1 3/4 
2 


9 00 



CAST IRON WASHERS. 




For </ z Inch Iron 
,. H „ ., 

., u .. .. 
For % to 2 Inch Iron 



Per Pound, $0 06 yi 
" o 06 

o 05^ 
" 005 



ANGLE BRIDGE WASHERS 
Made to Order. 



CLINCH RINGS. 




1/2 and 9 16 
5/8 and larger 



Black. Galvanized. 

$0 25 $0 30 

17 21 



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Hydraulic Lifting Jacks. 



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■WIDE U.A.SIO. 



I'l.AIN. 






Tons, I 

Raise, Inches. 12 
Price, $58 00 



Tons, 7 

Raise, Inches, 12 
Price, $64 00 



Tons, 7 

Raise, Inches, 12 
Price, $56 00 



24 
62 00 



68 00 



7 

-M 
70 00 



10 

12 
64 00 



( Jlaw. 






7 




IO 


24 




12 


72 00 




80 00 


Wide Base. 




10 




15 


\2 




12 


76 00 




100 00 



15 

12 
120 00 



SO 

12 
160 00 



Plain. 



15 



80 00 



15 

is 
120 00 



30 

9 
120 00 



:t0 

12 
200 00 



Mi 



:t0 



140 00 




-lack Screws. 



BELL BOTTOM, COMPLKTB, WITH LEVEE .V>"I> WK01 <;tii' SCRKW. 



Size. 



inches. 



INCH. 





$1 90 


■ 


1-2 


14 


10 


18 


20 


I's 


$1 80 


$2 00 


*2 25 


$2 50 








''4 


2 75 


3 00 


3 25 


3 50 


3 75 








m 


3 So 


3 SO 


3 65 


3 90 


4 15 


4 50 






■ '-• 


3 00 


3 SO 


3 75 


4 00 


4 25 


4 65 


4 90 






3 25 


3 75 


4 00 


4 50 


i 75 
6 00 


5 90 


6 25 




2 


4 25 


4 25 


4 75 


5 25 


7 00 


7 50 


8 00 


2)4 






7 00 


7 50 


8 00 


9 00 


9 So 


10 00 


2'r 






8 00 


8 50 


9 00 


9 50 


10 50 


11 00 


3 






. . . 






18 00 


20 00 


22 00 



f - X 

307 
Directions for Using Hydraulic Jacks. 



1. Keep the ram quite down when not in use. 

2. To Fill — Push the rani quite down, remove the screw in the head and fill with whiskey, or alcohol and water, equal parts, 
in which is a few drops of oil. 

3. Never fill with water or kerosene oil. Water rusts too much. The oil destroys the packing. 

4. Be very careful that no dirt gets into the head while filling. 

5. To Use — Place the head (or, if a Claw Jack, the claw or head) under the weight to be raised, put in the lever with the 
projection downward, then work it perpendicularly until the weight is at the required height, or the number of inches the Jack runs 
out. To lower the weight, push the lever to the bottom of the stroke, take it out, turn it with the projection upward, and with a 
slight pressure of the hand, the weight may be [lowered as slow as required, or stopped at any point. Sometimes it happens that 
another stroke of the lever would raise the weight too high ; then raise the lever a little, and push it down slowly, by which the 
stroke will be missed. 

6. They should not be lowered fast and suddenly checked with a heavy weight on them. 

7. Should the valve stick on its seat, and prevent the Jack working, by striking the lever f> few sharp blows up and down, the 
valve will be released. 

8. If left run out, supporting a weight or otherwise, it may be necessary to slacken the screw in the head, to let out the air 
with which it becomes filled, before it^can be pushed down. 

9. In using them for any purpose, one man of ordinary weight can apply all the force on the lever which they are designed 
to stand, and it is intended the lever should bend or break when more than 150 pounds are applied to it. 

10. They should rest fair on the bottom and top in pressing, especially those which raise more than ten tons. 

KINKS. 

11. If when using the Jack the filling comes'over the top of the cylinder, or through the blow-hole, the ram packing is too 
loose, and unless worn out may be fixed by putting a very thin strip of tin between the packing and ring, care being taken to keep 
it perfectly true. 

12. If the Jack will not run down easy enough, take oil a very little of the packing with a clean file. We always require the 
weight of one man to force them down uIkmi they leave the shop. If they go down too easy they are liable to leak too soon. 

13. If when pumping the ram does not raise, there is either something under the pump valve, or the pump packing is worn 
too loose. Observe rule 7 of directions for the former. 

14. If when under pressure the lever raises, there is something under the ram-valve, or the seat is cut. observe rule 7 of 
directions for the former. Re-grind the valve for the latter. 

ij. If when forced down the ram raises or goes down unusually hard, observe rule S of directions. 

16. The valves should have a good seat about 1 16 inch wide and a little over 1 16 inch drop. 

17. The lowering wire should be just long enough to allow the piston valve to be forced off its seat by the spring when the 
socket is clear down to the lug on the head. 

I& Wash veiy thoroughly at even- step with clean water when putting together, if you have had the Jack apart. 



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House Raising Screws. 




With a Wrought Iron Screw, which will be found far superior and cheaper than the cast Screws heretofore used. 

Size of Screw, 2'_, Inches . . Price, $5 50 | Size of Screw, 2' 4 Inches ■ Price, $6 00 

Size of Screw, 3 Inches Price, $6 75 



THXNT OAST'S" I,Ofi .TACK. u 




Duncan's" Log Jack. 



The working parts of these Jacks are made from Cast Steel, and have 
given good satisfaction. 



Price 



$40 00 



•• ( rARI UN'S '• 

'l'hiil»'-i' J^itl inu 

.TACK. 



"Garcin's" 
Timber Lifting Jack. 

No. 1. or Small Size, has a movement of 14 inches; will 

raise the end of a log weighing 4 tons. 

Price ........ $30 00 

No. 2, or I«arge Size, has a movement of 14 inches; will 

raise the end of a log weighing 6 tons. 

Price ........ $40 00 




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Carriage or Wagon Rivets. 



3°9 



OVAL HKAD. 
















ONE HUNDRED RIVETS IN EACH PAPER. 










Size of Wire or 
Diameter 


3 


4 


6 


8 10 


Size of Wiri 
Diameter. 


OR 


il 


4 


6 


§&10 


Length, i{ In., per 100 


$0 30 


$0 27 


$0 20 


$0 14 
16 


Length, 2 In., per 100 


$0 70 


$0 61 


$0 42 


$0 32 




' ft ' 




' 100 


33 


31 


23 


" *'A' 




' IOO 


78 


68 


48 


36 




' 1 ' 




' roo 


39 


33 


24 


18 


" 2'4 ' 




' 100 


86 


75 


53 


39 




' i'A ' 




' 100 


42 


37 


27 


20 


3 ' 




' IOO 


97 


85 


63 


45 




' i* ' 




' 100 


45 


41 


28 


23 


" 3'A' 




' IOO 


1 08 


97 


74 


52 




' iYz ' 




' 100 


54 


48 


32 


26 


" 4 " 


' IOO 


1 24 


1 09 


83 


57 


" 1% " 


' 100 


62 


54 


37 


29 















No. 3 

Per Siring of 100, $0 20 



NORWAY BURS TOR CARRIAG-E RIVETS. 
BLACK. 

4 6 H 

15 I2}£ 10 



IO 

o 10 



LARGIi Hjr,A.r> TIBK RIVKTS. 



BOILKR RIVKTS. 




Full Size Cut of 2 Inch. 
1/4 Inch by 1 1/2 to 4 Inch Long . . Per Pound, $0 15 
5/16 " " 1 1/2 " 5 " " . . " " o 13!, 



Waslipvs or BurB tor alxivt-- Tire Rivets. 

Flat ..... Per Pound, $0 12 

Oval, 1/4 Inch . . " " 18 

" 5/16 " " ■• 16 




1/2 Inch by 1 to 3 Inch Long 
5/8 " 3/4 and 7/S, any Length 



Per Pound, $0 061. 
" " 06 



Copper Beli Rivets and Burs. 



5A6 



3/8 



7/16 






«^8 11/ifiInch. 



^ ir T T t y T 




Belt and Hose, 



CUTS 


< >F No. s 
1 STl'B'S " 


BKI.T kiyf.ts. 

1". UJOl 










xo. 5 & r 


* 


» 10 


1-2 


U 


14 


15 


nid, $0 49 


50 


52 54 


58 


60 


75 


70 



IS I I 13 12 



( lopper Burs. 

OOOOOOOOOO 



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COPPER BURS SAME PRICK AS COPPER RIVETS OF THE SAKE NUMBERS 




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Iron Rivets. 



EKVISED LIST XOA'EMHKH 1'. 




Of the above styles, we keep in stock the Flat and Round Head. Other Patterns to order only. 











Flat and Round Head 


Rivets. 














3/16 Inch Thick, 3/8 Inch Long 






Per Pound, $0 17 


3/16 Inch Thick, 


1/2 Inch and Longer 


Per Pound, $0 


M 


1/4 " 


3/8 


" " 






" 14 


1/4 " 


" 


1/2 " 


11 11 




" 


" 





izy 2 


5/16 " 


3/8 


11 11 






13 


5/i6 " 


" 


1/2 " 


11 n 




1 ' 


" 





i2y 2 






3/8 Inch Th 
Tank 


ck, 1/2 Inch and Longer 




Per Pound 


$0 12 
id. 














Rivets. Number to 


the 


Pour 














3/16 Inch 


IDiaineter. 


















Length, 


Y% 


7/16 


% 




H X H 


1 1% 


1% 


iH 


■^ 


*H 


I# 


1% 




2 


F. & R. H., 


165 


153 


■35 




1 18 103 92 


84 77 


72 


67 


62 


58 


54 


51 




48 


C. S., 


230 


200 


172 




148 129 114 

U4, Inch 


102 93 

Diametor. 


85 


78 


72 


67 


62 


58 




54 


F. & R. H., 


103 


92 


81 




7> 63 56 


SO 46 


43 


40 


37 


34 


32 


30 




29 


C. S., 


155 


128 


10S 




93 80 70 

5 16 Inch 


62 56 
Diameter. 


51 


47 


44 


41 


38 


35 




33 


F. & R. H., 


67 


58 


50 




44 39 35 . 


32 30 


28 


26 


24 


22 


21 


20 




19 


C. S., 


89 


78 


69 




60 53 47 

3/S Inch 


42 37 
Diameter. 


34 


3' 


29 


27 


25 


23 




22 


F. & R. H., 




35 


31 




27 23 21 


19 18 


17 


16 


15 


14 


13 


12 




it 


C. S., 






46 




40 35 3' 


27 24 


22 


21 


20 


10 


[8 


17 




16 




Coopers 


' Rivets 


. 










id. 




2d. 3d. 


4d. 


5d. 




6d. 













Size, 
Per Pound, 



id 
$0 15 




6d 
o 12 



Black Iron Rivets in Papers and Bulk. 

tfoj!] /ogj «^|" /».■ inuM i<zuM kvM 2f7]l :ii^i, 

5».W c» 7».|J s/t] \ ,oa M /20 i| 



Sizes, oz., 8 10 12 

Per 1000. $0 20 o 22 o 24 

Sizes, oz., 8 10 12 

Per lb., $0 38 o 34 31 



IN PAPKKS. 
3 4 5 



BLACK IRON. 

lb., I i' 4 [', l< 4 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 

o 27 o 29 32 36 40 53 o 64 o 75 90 1 05 1 20 

JILACK IRON. IN BULK. 

lb., I 1% 1% 1% 2 3 4 5 67 8 

26 23 21 20 O 19 17 15 14 14 14 14 



9 
1 27 



9 
13 



10 
I 40 



165 



13 12' 



V. 






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('"lit Nails. Base and Extras. 



3" 



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E 


^aa— 




- 1 






\j— 










10 to 6od Common . 


Base, Per Keg, $ . . . 


Cut Spikes, 3 


to 8 Inch . . . ac 


d $0 25 above 101I 


8 and 9d " 


. add to " ' 


" 25, above iod 


Lining Nails 


% " ■ ■ ■ ■ ' 


4 50 ' 


iod 


6 " -d 


" " " 


50, " iod 


,, 


X " ■ ■ • 


6 00 


iod 


4 " 5<1 





75, " iod 


Barrel 


1% " . . • • ' 


75 ' 


iod 


3d 


" " " 


' " 1 SO, " iod 


(i 


1% " ... 


1 50 ' 


iod 


2d 


" " " 


" 2 00, " rod 


11 11 


iyi " . ■ ' 


1 75 ' 


iod 


4d Fine . 


,, ,, ,, 


1 75, " iod 


,1 


1 " ' 


2 50 ' 


iod 








" 


n " ■ ■ ■ ■ ' 


3 00 ' 


iod 


Clinch 


add . 


$2 00 above ' ' 


" 


X " • • • 


3 50 ' 


' iod 


Casing and Box 


. " 


75 " 


Roofing " 


Iron " . 


50 


' Com. 


Finishing . 


" 


1 00 


Tobacco " . 




50 " " 



GALVANIZED. PRICE QUOTED ON APPLICATION. 



STANDARD LENGTHS AND NUMBER TO POUND. 

2 3 Fine 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 12 16 20 30 40 50 6od Fence 6 

1 i'„ i'4 iK I& 2 2)4 "H *H 3 3'+ Vt 4 AVz 5 1% 6 2 

No. to the lb, 1000 760 480 300 200 160 12S 92 72 60 44 32 24 IS 14 12 10 So 



8 


10 


1 2d 


2'A 


3 


3 '4 


50 


34 


29 



Boai Nails. 




WARRANTED To CLINCH. REGULAR POINT. 
Length, Inch, 1 11/4 

Black, Per Pound, $0 12 11 

Galvanized, " " o 16 15 



I I /2 to 4 

o 10 

14 



Ship and Boat Spikes. 




Thickness, Inch, 1/4 

Black, Per Keg of too Pounds, $6 50 

Galvanized, " mi " 8 50 



6 00 
8 00 



3/8 
5 50 
7 S« 



Railroad or Hook-Head Spikes. 



7/16 
S 50 
7 5o 



Thickness, Inch, 5 [6 
Per 100 Pounds, $7 00 




6 00 



1 2 
6 00 



Round Track Nails. Countersunk Heads. 



Thickness, inch. 1 ) 
Per Pound. $0 13'; 




1/2 
5 5° 
7 SO 



9/16 
5 SO 



10'; 



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312 



Ship Spikes. 



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AVERAGE NUMBER PER IOO POUNDS. 



Thickness, 
Inches. 

1/4 

1/4 . 
1/4 

1/4 • 
1/4 

5/16 . 
5/16 
5/16 . 
5/16 

5/'6 • 
3/8 



Length, 
Inches. 


No. in 
ko Pounds. 


Thickness 
Inches. 


3 


I.50O 


3/8 


1'A ■ 


1,260 


3/8 . 


4 


I.IOO 


3/8 


4K- 


976 


7/16 . 


5 


920 


7/16 


i'A- 


805 


7/16 . 


4 


757 


1/2 


4'->- 


7IO 


1/2 . 


5 


620 


1/2 


6 


580 


1/2 . 


5 


495 





englh, 


No. 


in 


iches. 


100 Pounds. 


6 




380 


7 • 




322 


S 




304 


7 ■ 




297 


8 




256 


9 




200 


7 




204 


8 . 




171 


9 




160 


10 




148 



Nails. 



AVERAGE NUMBER T"KR. POUND, ORDINAEY CUT. 

Length. 
i'4 Inch 

4 

A'A 

5 

5'A 

6 



Size. 


- 


Length. 




No. in lb. 


Size. 






3d fine 




>H 


Inch 




760 


I2d 






3d 




iX 






480 


2od 






4 d . 




i'A 






300 


3od 






5d 




i# 






200 


4od 






6d . 




2 






190 


5od 






8d 




*# 






92 


6od 






iod . 


Clinch. 


3 






60 

Fen 


ce. 






Length, Inch. 






No. in lb. 


Size. 






No. in lb. 


Size 


2 






152 


6d 






80 


4 d 


*X 






'33 


8d 






50 


5d 


*'A ■ 






92 


iod 






34 


6.1 


2^ 






72 


1 2d 






29 


8d 


3 






60 










iod 



Fin.ish.tng. 



No. in lb. 

44 
• 24 
IS 
14 
12 
10 



No. in lb. 
384 
256 
204 
I02 
80 



Length, Inch, 4 
Average No. per lb, 12 



Out Spikes. 



4'A 
10 



5'.- 
6 



I 



Length, Inch, 
Average No. per lb, 



4 
26 



Wire Spikes. 



VA 



5 
'5 



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Steel Wire Nails and Brads. 

For Illustrations of Brads, see Page 315. 
IN POUND PAPKES OR BULK. 



313 



Full Size Cut of VA In 



Price, Per Pound. 



Wire numbers 



3/8 Inch, 



1 / 3 Inch, 



5/8 Inch, 



3/4, Inch, 



?/& Inch, 



Inch, 



1 1/4 Inch, 



11/3 Inch, 
1 3 1 Inch, 



Inch, 



3 1/4 Inch, 



3 1/3 Inch, 



Inch, 



3 1/3 
4 



Inch, 



20 



$065 



°SS 



°4S 



o 40 



o 40 



038 



o 40 



H In- H In- 



}i In 



19 



$0 50 



45 



40 



°35 



33 



32 



031 



33 



1§ 



$045 



o 40 



°35 



30 



28 



o 27 



o 25 



o 24 



o 26 



o 28 



17 



$037 



33 



028 



26 



25 



23 



o 25 



o 26 



1 In. 



16 



So 35 



031 



26 



24 



23 



24 



i^In. i^In. 



T 



15 



$0 30 



1 if In 

¥ 



14 






26 



023 



o 19 



o 18 



$0 25 



13 



2 In. 



2XIn. 2#In. 3 In. 




$0 22 



o 19 o 18 



016 15 



o 18 J 15 



018 15 



18 



18 



o 16 



16 



16 



12 



$0 20 



17 



015 



oiS 



o 14 



o 14 



IS 



IS 



IS 



11 



$0 17 



oiS 



oiS 



14 



o 13 



o 13 



10 



$0 is 



is 



14 



o 13 



13 



012 on 



13 12 



13 12 




f> 



$0 13 
o 13 

O 12 
II 

II 
II 



1 



* 



$0 12 
O IT 



O II 



4 In. 



$011 



Tinned Nails, add 50 per cent, to above List. Barbed Nails, excepting Roofing (see page 315), add 1 cent per 
pound to above List. Special Heads or Points, add 1 cent per pound to above List. 



Approximate X umber of Wire Nails per Pound. 



Length, gS" 


J/16 


'4 




■-• 






1 
106 


94 


tH 




I* 

60 


2 
53 


2% i% 

47 42 


T 9 


3 
35 


1% 
30 


4 
26 


4'A 
24 


5 
21 


6 

IS 


7 


No. 5 








211 


109 141 121 


85! 71 


15 


No. 6 
















-47 


197 164 141 


123 


in 


9 Q S2 


71 


62 


55 50 


45 


41 


35 


3> 


28 


25 


21 


18 


No. 7 














■ ■ ■ 


2qq 


239 1 200 171 


149 


133 


1 2D ICO 


85 


75 


67 60 


54 


5° 


43 


37 


33 


3° 


25 




No. * 














. . . 


US 


-'75 229 197 


172 


1.55 


1371 "5 


98 


8b 


76 69 


62 


57 


49 


43 


39 


35 


29 




No. » 














. . . 


;i| 


331 276 236 


207 


184 


165 138 


118 


i°3 


92 82 


75 


69 


59 


52 


46 


41 






No. 10 














663 


496 397 333 *83 


248 


220 


198 165 


142 


124 


no 99 


90 


83 


71 


62 


55 


50 






No. 11 














837 




H» 55o 


314 


279 


251 209 


179 


157 


139 "5 


1'4 


'05 


90 


79 


70 








No. 12 














1090 


822 


658 548 469 


411 


36.5 


329 274 


235 


204 


182 164 


149 


'37 


'17 


103 










No. |:| 
















1072 


s 57 7U 615 


536 


476 


429 557 


306 


2b8 


238 214 


195 


176 


153 












No. 1 1 










.'Si, 




1420 


II36 047 s n 710 


631 


568 473 


406 


350 


315 284 


258 


236 














No. Iff 










w* 


2336 


17s.' 


1402 ubS 1001 876 




701 584 


500 


438 


389 35° 


















No. 16 










4.S7 


3048 


2280 


523 1505 1143 


10 1 5 


913 701 


653 


571 


508 


















No. 17 










62 % 


4LS6 


3116 2495 -"77 178' 1558 1385 


1 246 1038 


S90 


779 




















No. is 














4138 3310 .'75 s 2364 -' '' 


1655 1379 "82 






















No. H> 










1066! 


7112 


S334 4267 ,',556 2933 266712370 


2133 '778 






















No. 20 






1 500c 


) 10000 


(0037503333 


3000 





















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Standard Steel Wire Xails. 



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CORRESPONDING WITH SIZES OF CUT NAILS. 



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STEEL WIRK NAILS OP' < 'OK R KSI •( ) \I)IN« SIZES TO CCTT. 
Base Sizes Wire Nails, 3 to 6 Inch ....... Per Keg Base, $ . . . 



Cul NaUs 2d Fine, j 3d Fine. 

Wire Nails 1 Inch. : i' s 

Wire Nails, Number to lb. 1550 II40 

Cut Nails. " I I0O0 760 



Wire Nails. 
Advance over Base, 
Per 100 Pound Kejr. 



I 



$5 50 



4 50 



2d Coin. 



1200 
800 



4 00 



3d 

>'i 
720 
480 

2 25 



4d 5d 6d 7d 
I'A lU 2 2* 

432 300 252 j 186 
300 200 160 i 128 

1 10 1 iolo 75I0 75 



8(1 

2* 

"32 

92 

35 



9d 



105 



iod 1 2d 

3 2,'A 

87 66 

72 60 44 



35 



i6d ; 2od 
i'A\ 4 
51 35 
32 24 




J 






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* 1 



Steel Wire Brads. 



^ 



17 



n 



I 
is 



I 1 

% 



I 



For List Price Steel Wire Brads see page 313. 



Barbed Wire Nails. — Flat Head. 




Barbed Wire Nails, except Roofing, add 1 cent per pound to List of Steel Wire Nails, page 313. 
Special Heads or Points add 1 cent per pound to same List. 



Barbed I-tootinir Nails. 



round Kegs 
Size of Cut Nails. \, Inch 
Size Hoofing Nails, Inch, 

wire Number, ltt 
Advance over Base, per Keg, $4 50 



N [neb 
H 

3 SO 



2d 



12 

3 00 



3d 
IX 
■ 1 

2 25 



4'1 

10 

• 75 



Per Keg Base, $ 

5.1 
■* 
IO 

1 so 



V 



"N 



315 



6d 

2 

» 

1 25 



r 



3 l6 



"N 



Horse Shoe Nails. 




"GLOBE" HORSE SHOE NAILS. 
The " Globe Horse Shoe Nails " are made from Blanks, pressed or cut from Cold 
Plates. These Blanks are cold rolled into the required thickness, widths and lengths for 
Nails, with a bevel at the pointing ends. These bevel ends are trimmed by removing the 
surplus irou each side, so as to form the point ; thus we give and claim a uniformity in the 
stiffness, thickness, lengths, -widths and points, and thinner, safer, lighter Nails, that can be 
driven without bending, clinched easily and well without breaking, than are made by any 
other process. They are manufactured in oil. which prevents rust in transportation. 

Size, 5 6 7 8 9 10 

Per Pound $o 26 o 23 o 21 20 o 19 o 18 



"PTJTNAM'S" 


PI.ATK NAILS. 




" NORTH-WESTERN 


No. 2 


3 


4 


Size, 5 6 


Per Pound, $2 50 


I 25 


60 


Per Pound, $0 28 25 



" .PUTNAM" HORSK SHOE NAILS. 
The reputation which the Putnam Hot Forged and Hammer Pointed Horse Shoe Nail 
has already obtained in all parts of the world, places it in the highest rank of machine-made 
nails. Each nail is made separately. The iron, when nearly at a welding heat, is drawn 
out under hammers, receiving 80 light elastic blows, by which means a firmer and tougher 
and more compact nail is made than is possible by other processes. In the pointing, as 
well as forging, they have endeavored to follow the hand process as nearly as possible. 

Size, 5 6 7 8 9 10 

Per Pound, $0 27 24 o 22 o 21 o 20 o 19 



HORSE SHOE NAILS. 

7 8 9 10 

23 22 O 21 20 



Clout Nails. 

1 i'A i>i iH iJJ 



Finishing Nails. 



TTTTT 



t I 







■« 



Inch, Yi 
Iron, per Pound, $0 48 



'A 

32 



PRICE OF CLOUT AND FINISHING NAILS 

H X 7 A ' 

26 O 22 O 20 O 18 



i'A 

16 



o '5 



14 



o 13 



2 

o 13 



(BICES FOR GALVANIZED OIVEN ON A P P I, I O A T I I 



■ 4 
3X-* 



6 
♦-8 



Round. Head. Hungarian Nails. 



4H-* 



mil 



Inch, 2 & 2)4— 8 3 & i'A— 8 

American Iron, Per Pound, $o 26 o 22 

PRICF. PER DOZEN PAPERS. 

Ounce, 4 6 s 

American Iron, Half Weight, $0 45 05s ° 6 S 



4 & 4'A — 8 and Longer. 
20 



7S 



12 
90 



Inch, 'A 
Per Pound, $0 36 



30 



Chair Nails. 

X H 

o 26 o 24 



Cigar Box Nails. 

Inch, % ft 

Per Pound $0 32 o 28 



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American Iron Out Tacks. 

I i% i 2% 3 4 6 8 io 12 14 16 18 20 22 34 oz. 



^ 



317 



T T HI 




PRICE PER DOZEN PAPERS. 



Ounce, 1 \'/ 2 2 z'/i 3 4 6 8 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 

Half Weight, $0 40 45 45 50 55 60 65 75 80 90 1 00 1 10 1 20 1 30 1 40 1 50 

Length, In., 3/16 3^/16 4/16 5/16 6/16 7/16 8/16 9/16 10/16 11/16 12/16 13/16 14/16 15/16 16/16 18/16 



Swedes Iron Out Tacks, and TTpholsterers. 

PRICE PER DOZEN PAPERS. 

Oz., % U I Ijz 2 2>4 3 4 6 8 IO 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 

Full, $0 60 70 80 90 1 00 1 10 1 20 1 40 1 60 1 90 2 20 2 50 2 80 3 00 3 30 3 60 3 80 4 00 

Tinned and Gralvaxiized Swedes Out Tacks, in Bulk. 

Inch, y z H ■ H and Longer. 

Per Pound, $0 44 35 o 31 



Tinned Large Head Carpet Tacks. 

4 6 8 10' 12 oz. 

TTTTT 



Ounce, 4 
Swedes Iron, Hall" Weight, $090 
American " " $0 80 



PRICE PER 


DOZEN 


PAPERS. 








6 






8 


10 


12 


I 00 






1 '5 


I 30 


1 so 


90 






I 00 


I 10 


I 20 



I lunce, 4 
American Iron, Half Weight, So 60 



Large Head Carpet Tacks. 

PRICE PER DOZEN PAPERS 

b 8 

65 75 



Grimp and Lace Tacks. 



I 



ZJ4 3 4 " ■ Ui 



10 
80 



Leather Head Carpet Tacks. 

IN PAPERS OF ONE HUNDRED. 



I Hmce. 4 

Per Docen Papers, $0 24 
V 



6 
o 26 



8 
o 28 



30 



o 32 



12 

90 



SWEDES IRON 
PRICK PER DOZEN l'APKR.- 

Ounce, 1 ■ i'. 2 3 4 6 s 10 12 14 16 18 

Half Weight, $0 60 65 70 75 o 80 90 1 00 1 10 1 20 1 35 1 45 1 55 1 75 



'4 
34 



3i8 



Blued, all Sizes 



Steel Carpet Tacks. 

ttTTTTTTT 

6, S, 10 and 12 Ounce Sizes, all put up in Papers of 2 Ounce Weight. 
Per Dozen Papers, $0 30 ] Tinned, all Sizes 



Per Dozen Papers, $0 40 



( Jopper Tacks. 

T TTT 



fs Inch 



Per Pound, $0 80 | 7/16 Inch 
ii Inch and Longer .... 



Per Pound, $0 66 



Per Pound, $0 56 



Double Pointed Tacks. 








Full 


Si/.c Cuts. 


No. 


9- 


No. 10. 


No. 11. 
Tiimi'd ami 


No. 
Blued. 


12. 


No. 


14. 




Nos. 


9 








10 




11 








13 


Per Box, 


$0 10 








10 




10 








12 


Per Dozen, 


$1 20 








1 20 




I 20 








1 44 



14 

IS 

1 80 



V. 



Escutcheon Pins. — Brass. 



Nos. 10 12 IS II 15 IO 17 18 19 2© 21 







H H f ! 



IN POUND BOXKS. 
PRICE PER POUND. 



Inch. 


3/i6 


« 


H 

$0 74 


$0 70 


H 

$0 68 


u 

$0 66 


H 

$0 66 


I 


No. 10 




$064 


No. 11 






74 
76 


70 


68 


66 


6b 


064 


No. 12 






72 


70 


68 


68 


066 


No. IS 






78 


72 


72 


70 


68 


068 


No. 14 




$0 88 


80 


76 


74 
76 


72 


72 


070 


No. 15 




90 


82 


78 


074 


74 


072 


No. 16 




94 


86 


82 


80 


78! 76 


076 


No. 17 




1 00 


90 


86 


82 


80 


78 


078 


No. 18 




1 08 


98 


92 


88 


86 


84 


084 


No. 19 




1 18 


1 08 


98 


92 


88 


88 


092 


No. 20 


$1 72 


1 32 


1 22 


1 12 


1 02 


1 00 


I 00 


I 02 


No. 21 


1 92 


I S2 


1 32 


1 22 


1 16 


I 12 


I 16 


118 


No 22 


2 12 


I 72 


I S2 


1 32 


1 32 


I 42 








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319 



Wrought Staples.. 




Full Size Cut of 2 Inch. 

MADK HV HAND FROM NOEWAY IKON. 

N"o. 5, Wrougrit_IIrori. 

Inch, 1 1'+ i'A iH 2 2 '4 2/2 2% i 3'A 4 '4'A 5 

Per Gross, $i 20 I 20 1 25 1 SO I 70 2 00 2 35 2 65 3 20 3 70 5 25 6 50 7 00 

No. 7, Gr^lvaiiiis^d AVi-ongrit Iron. 

Inch, 1 1% i<4 1 ! 4 2 2% 2'A 2}l 3 y/ 2 4 4>/ 2 5 

Per Gross, $1 65 1 80 2 00 2 75 3 00 3 75 4 75 S 5° 6 25 7 5° 10 00 14 00 15 50 



Brass Staples for Ship Use. 



PRICES QUOTED ON APPLICATION 



Barbed Blind Staples. 











P 




n 




m 






1 




hi 












) 


1 










? 



H 



fi Inch. 



V 



ABOVE CUTS FULL SIZE 

XKKIH.K POINTED, ROUND WIRES. 
N->. 86, Coppered wipe. 

huh. . H 

IVr Pound, $0 35 30 30 30 30 



Clinch Staples. 




1 1 . i' 4 2 Inch. 

PUT UP IN POUND BOXES. 

cul'I'KH I-'I.NISH. 

M:i<1«- Iimiii tin- llt->l Swedicsb Iron. 



Sizes, 1 to 2 Inch 



Per Pound, $0 50 



320 



Barbed Fence Wire. 

THE "CACTUS" T^WO POINTED STEEL BARBED WIRK. 




Weighs 15K Ounces per Rod, or 308 Pounds per Mile. Barbs 3^ Inches apart. 
THE "(.'ACTUS" J'OUB POINTED STH3HJL BARBED WIRE. 




Regular Barbs 6 Inches apart. 
Thick-set " 3^ 



Painted . 



Per Pound, $ 



16^ Ounces per Rod. 

'&<A 

... I Galvanized 



END VIEW. 

330 Pounds per Mile. 
37o 



*N 



Per Pound, $ . 




Wire Fence Staples. 



SELF CLINCHING AND POINTED 





}i Inch. \'{ Inch. 

PLAIN AND GALVANIZED. 



1 ', Inch. 



Size of Wire. 


No. § 


No. 9 


No. 1© 


No. 11 


Length in Inches 

Number to tie Pound — about 


2 
50 


60 


2 
60 


77 


81 


2 
82 


•* 

95 


103 , 120 


■5° 


157 ! 185 




$0 10 


10 


II 


II 


Size of Wire. 


No. ia 


No. IS 


No. 14 


No. 15 


No. 16 


No. 1» 


Length in Inches 

Number to the Pound — about 


200 1 220 


227 


1 
292 


1 
380 


H 

480 


675 


K 
S45 


970 


Price per Pound 


$0 wyi 


I2>£ 


12K 


14 


14 


15 



V 



J 



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Round Wire Ropes. 



321 



^ 




Showing Lay ot Strand and Rope as usually made. 









PRICK LIST PKR POUND. 








0. 



















3 


p 


Refined Crucible 


Refined 


Galvanized 


V 


% 




s 


a 








5 


c 




inference. | 


n 
H 

5/16 


Steel Wire Rope. 


Iron Wire Rope. 


Wire Rope. 


O 

to 

H 


a 




Flexible. 


Coarse. 


Flexible. 


Coarse. 


Flexible. 


Coarse. 


n 

P 
n 
n 




$0 60 


So 37 


So 43 


$0 24 


$0 50 


$0 23 


5/16 


I 




iX 


3/8 


46 


35 


32 


20 


34 


21 


3/8 


itf 




i'A 


7/16 


39 


30 


26 


18 


28 


19 <i 


7/16 


*% 




i% 


1/2 


36 


27 


21 


16 


25 


17A 


1/2 


iM 




2 


5/8 


32 


26K 


18 


15 


20 


16 


5/8 


2 




2'X 


11/16 


30 


25 


17 


14 


18!^ 


14^ 


11/16 


*X 




2H 


3/4 


30 


25 


17 


14 


18'A 


14'A 


3/4 


2V» 


Cross Section of 


2>A 


13/16 


28 


23 


16 


13 


17K 


13A 


13/16 


2% 


Flexible Wire Rope. 


2% 

3 , 


7/8 
15/16 


27 

26'A 


22 

2l'A 


15 
14 


12 

11A 


17 

l6>2 


13 

12^ 


7/8 
15/16 


2% 

3 




i'A 


1 1/16 


26 


21 


13H 


11 


16 


12 


1 1/1S 


i'A 




i'A 


1 1/8 


25 


20 '; 


13 


10 ! 4 


15 'A 


IlJ< 


1 1/8 


i'A 




iH 


13/16 


24 


20>£ 


12'A 


I0>£ 


15 


11)4 


13/16 


iH 




4 


1 1/4 


23 


20 


12 


I0<A 


14 


«X 


1 1/4 


4 




Coarse Ropes are made 6 strands of 7 wires. Flexible Ropes, 6 strands of 19 wires. 

Refined Charcoal Iron Wire Rope, same list as Iron. 

Notice. — No cut pieces taken back. Prices subject to change without notice. 



Cross Section of 
Coarse Wire Rope. 



Smaller than \% y 6 strands of 12 wires. 



Tabular Scale 



Showing approximately the comparative- 
Hemp Rope and Chain. 



sizes and weights per 100 feet in length of Iron Wire Rope, Steel Wire Rope, 
The sizes of each horizontal line are of equal strength. 



Capacity ol the 










Flat Charcoal Wire 


Flat Crucible Steel W 


ire 




Ropes a 


id Chain. 


Iron Wire Rope, 


Steel wire Ki>|K\ 


Round Hemp Kope. 


Kope. 


Rope. 




Working 


Breaking 


tn. inn. 


Weight 


Circufn. 


■■■ . i| 1, 


Ciiciiin. 


Weight 


Size ill Ins. 


Weight 


Size in In 


s.l Weigh 




Weight 


Load Lbs. 


Strain. Tons. 


in inches. 


per too ft. 


in inches. 


per 100 ft. 




per 100 ft. 


wdlh.thks. 


per 100 feet. 


ivdth, thk 


s.'penoo ft 


et. of Link. 


per !<-> ieel. 


300 


I 


I 


■7 






»3A 


33 








1/4 


66 


550 


I 1/2 


1 1/4 


23 






3 


50 












5/16 


92 


800 


2 1/2 


1 1/2 


30 


1 


17 


3 1 4 


55 












3/ , 8 , 


133 


1,500 


4 1 a 


I 3/4 


50 




30 


1 1 1 


78 












7/16 


1 So 


1,000 


6 


2 


65 


> 5/8 


41 


5 


100 












1/2 


260 


2,300 


7 1 1 


2 1/4 


80 


1 3/4 


50 




160 












9/16 


300 


3.300 


10 


2 1/2 


IO0 


2 


65 


61/2 


166 
















k,2O0 


12 1/2 




[34 


2 1/8 


75 


7 


200 


2 13/8 


144 








5/8 


400 


5,000 


15 


3 


\n 


2 1 1 


80 


7 1/2 


-'34 


a , 4x3 8 


154 








11/16 


460 


6,000 


[g 


3 1 t 


a 3/8 


88 


7 3 1 


250 


a . 2x3 s 


■71 














21 




180 


2 1/2 


100 




284 


) x.-, 8 


220 


2 %3 


* 144 


3/4 


533 


8,000 


•'1 


3 3 4 


200 


3 


140 


9 


333 


I *' - 


270 


2 1 2vi 


8 171 


13/16 


650 


9,000 


21 


4 


350 


3 ■ 4 




■ 


433 
466 


4 X3/8 


275 


2 I 2X1 


2 210 




720 


10,000 




4 1 4 


284 


3 ' - 


190 


... 1 a 


4 m/s 


345 


3 "3 


'8 225 


15/16 


833 


II.OOO 


33 


1 ■ - 


320 


3 5/8 


■95 


11 


500 


4 1 2x1 2 


395 






I 


933 


13,000 




1 3 1 


350 


3 3 4 


200 


13 


567 


5 xi/2 


425 


3 1/2*3 


* 242 






13.500 


to 


5 


380 


:.;* 


225 


13 


7*4 




465 


3 XI 


12 270 


I 1/16 


1,000 


18,000 


55 


5 1/2 


440 


4 


250 


14 


900 


6 xi/2 


5io 


4 *3 


« 275 




. . . 


22,000 


65 


6 


540 


4 14 


280 


ic 


1 166 


t> 1 2x1 2 


560 


5 X3 


« 356 







Noik.— Drums or Pulleys should be jooo times thesiie of the wire with which the rope is made, and in all cases the rope must lead fair into the pulley. 



V 



ALL WIRE ROPES A3 WELL AS HEMP 



ROPES. ARE MEASURED BY THE CrRCUMFEBENCE. WHICH INSUB.ES EXACTNESS. 




Shade Cloths. 



"\ 



Plain Green or Drab, . . 
Plain Figured .... 
Two Colored Fancy Figured 
Three " 

Galvanized 

Landscape 



PBICBS. 

Per Sq: 

By the Roll of ioo ft. in Length, 
. " " " " loo 
" " " " ioo 

" ioo 

' " ioo 

" " " " ioo 



. Ft 

cts. 



Riddles for Foundry Use, Etc. 




FOUNDRY RIDDLE. 



18 Inch Diameter, Iron Wire 
20 " " " " . 

18 " " Brass " 

20 " " " " . 



Per Dozen, $10 00 

" " 12 00 

" 20 00 

" " 30 00 



The Mesh in Wire Cloth is the distance from 
Center to Center of Wire. 




No length less than 100 feet shall he under- 
stood to be a Roll. 







WIRE CLOTH. PARTLY UNROLLED. 






Market Grade Iron Wire Cloth. 


Hi'avv Steel "Wire 3$attery Screen Cloth.. 


No. 2 Mesh, made from No. 16 Wire, per Square Foot, 


$0 12 


No. 20 Mesh, made from No. 26 Wire, per Square Foot, $0 43 


No. 2% ' 
No. 3 


" 17 " 

" 18 " ' 


. n 


12 
12 


No. 24 " " " 27 " 




' 55 


No. 4 


" " 20 " ' 


II 


12 


No. 30 " " " 29 " ' 




56 


No. 5 


" " 21 " ' 


1 


O 12 


No. 35 " " " 31 " 




57 


No. 6 
No. 7 ' 


' " " 22 " ' 
" " 23 " ' 


1 11 


12 
12 


No. 40 " " " 32 " 




' 57 


No. 8 


" " 24 " ' 


1 11 


12 


No. 50 " " " 35 " 




59 


No. 9 ' 


" 25 " 


1 11 


12 


No. 60 " " '• 36 " ' 




68 




< .. • . 2 5 .. 


1 11 


12 








No. 12 


" 27 " 


. 


12 


No. 64 " '• " 37 " ' 




75 


No. 14 ' 


" 29 " 


11 


12 


No. 70 " " " 38 " 




80 


No. 16 
No. 18 


" 3° " 

■ .. .. 32 .. < 


1 ii 


12 
12 


No. 74 " " ■" 39 " 




90 


No. 20 ' 


" 34 " 


1 11 


12 


No. 80 •' " " 4° " 



Brass Wire Battery Screen Cloth. 



No. 2 Mesh, 


made from No. 16 Wire, per Square Foot, $0 50 


No. 22 Mesh, 


made from No. 29 Wire, per Square Foot, $0 50 


No. 3 » 


" 17 " 


50 


No. 24 " 


•• 30 " 


50 


No. 4 " 


" 18 " 


'• 50 


No. 30 " 


.. 3I .1 


52 


No. 5 " 


•• 19 " 


" 50 


No. 40 " 


" 33 


55 


No 6 " 


" " 20 " " 


50 


No. 50 " 


" 35 


58 


No. 8 " 


" " 22 " " 


50 


No. 60 " 


" 36 


60 


No. 10 " 


" 23 " 


50 


No. 70 " 


" 37 


70 


No. 12 " 


" 24 " 


50 


No. 80 " 


" 38 " 


90 


No. 14 " 


" 25 " 


50 


No. 90 " 


" 39 


1 10 


No. 16 " 


" 26 " 


50 


No. 100 " 


" 40 " 


1 30 


No. 18 " 


" 27 " 


" 50 


No. 120 " 


1'! 42 ii' 


' 1 75 


No. 20 " 


" 28 " " 


" 50 


No. 150 " 


" 43 " 


3 00 



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Mining or Battery Screens. 



PUNCHED IN" RUSSIA. SHBKT IRON". 



323 



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SLOT BURRRD. 

Opening 1/4 Inch Long. 



y/////////////// 
///////////////// 
///////////////// 



ANGLE SLOT PUNCHED. 
Opening 1/4 and 1/2 Inch Long. 




ROUND PUNCHED. 
Assorted Nos I to 7. 



When ordering give the full length and width of the Screen wanted. 
Also state which Pattern you Prefer, either Slot Burred, Angle Slot Punched or Round Punched. 



ANGLE SLOT AND BURRED SLOT AS COMPARED WITH WIRE CLOTH. 









• Per 


Sqr. Ft. 


Per Sqr. Ft. 


No. 3 openings 


are equal in width to No. 15 


Wire Cloth, 


$0 80 


No. 


8 


openings 


are 


equal in width to No. 40 Wire Cloth, $0 80 


No. 4 


II 


" " " " 20 


" 


80 


No. 


9 


" 




.< „ 45 


80 


No. 5 


it 


" " 25 


11 


80 


No. 


10 


" 




" " 5° 


" " 090 


No. 6 


11 


" " 3° 


" " 


80 


No. 


11 


" 




,< .. 55 


" " 1 10 


No. 7 


" 


" " 35 


11 11 


80 


No. 


12 


" 




, a 11 11 fo 


" " 1 20 



Round Punched Holes frou No. 1 to No. 7 are equal to one number finer than Angle Slot in the openings. 

"Due" Steel Ore Bucket. 

FOB handling: 
GOLD AND SIIiVjBK QUARTZ, ROCK, UROIvKN STONE, ETC, KTC. 

TABLE OF DIMENSIONS AND CAPACITIES. 




V. 



Light Buckets are for Flour Mills and Brewers Use. 



On Belt 
(width). 

Inch. 


Projection 
(broad) 


Deep. 


Capacity in 
Cubic 

Inches. 


Price. Each. 


Price, Each. 


HEAVY. 


LIGHT. 


4 


»* 


3 


13* 


«0 yiH 


$0 18 


4* 


2% 


3 


<7H 


42 


20 


5 


3* 


i'A 


uH 


47 


23 


sH 


iH 


1% 


28 


50 


25 


6 


A'A 


iH 


46 


55 


30 


7 


aH 


AH 


65 


65 


38 


8 


iH 


AH 


104 


70 


40 


9 


5* 


AH . 


131 


78 


50 


10 


(>'A 


sH 


158 


85 





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Brass and Copper. Steel and Iron Wire, Etc. 



BRASS, IN ROLLS AND SHEETS. 




BRASS, COPPER, STKKL AND IKON WIKK. 



Brown[& Sharp's Gauge the Standard. 



Slieet Bra* 

4 round and Lighter 

5 " " Heavier 



84x48 Inch. 

Per Pound, $0 45 
35 




WIRE IN COILS. 
Old English Gauge the Standard. 



PER POUND. 



Brass Spring Copper „, . .... 

Wire. Brass. Wire. 



Brass, in Roll.*. 

To 14 Inch Wide. Nos. to 24 
1, , 4 ,, .. .. 25 .1 28 

" 14 " " " 29 and 30 . 



Brass, Stencil. 



1 S Inch Wide. Nos, 30 to 32 
18 " " " 33 and 34 



Per Pound, $0 26 

" " o 28 

30 



Per Pound, $0 34 
o 36 



All Nos. to No. 16, inclusive 


So 22 


$0 24 


$0 30 ! To No. 6, 


So 23 


Nos. 17 and 18 


23 


25 


31 j 7 to 9, 


24 


" 19 " 20 


24 


20 


32 


10 and II, 


25 


No. 21 . 


25 


27 


33 


12 " 13. 


28 


"22 ... 


26 


28 


34 


14 " 15, 


32 


" 23 . 


28 


30 


36 


16 " 17, 


34 


"24 ... 


30 


32 


38 


18 " 19, 


38 


" 25 . . ... 


32 


34 


40 


20, 


40 


"26 ... 


35 


37 


43 






" 27 . 


38 


40 


46 






"28 


42 


44 


51 






" 29 . 


45 


47 


54 






"30 


48 


50 


02 






Low Brass Wire, 4 cents 


per p< 


rand advance 







Fancy Wire, not less than 10 cents advance on TO 

Round Wire. [ORDER 

Flat, Square and Half Round Wire, 4 cents advance ONLY, 
on Round Wire 



BRASS RODS. 

NOT LESS THAN TWO FEET LENGTHS. 

'/z Inch to 1 ' 2 Inch Diameter, both inclusive, per Pound, $0 30 

Hexagon, Octagon and Square, 4 cents per pound advance over 

Round Rods. 
Half Round and Fancy Shapes, not less than 6 cents advance 

over Round Rods. 

Rods less than 2 feet lengths, add to above prices 2 cents per 

pound for each cut 



IRON WIRE. 

FULL COILS — SIXTY-THREE POUNDS. 

No. Oto» lo II 12 13&14 15 Hi 17 I- 

Per lb, $0 10 o 11 IX}4 o 12% o 14 15 o 16 



Maun ci Co.'s Patent Spooled Wire costs 
more per pound than Wire in coils ; but you 
can sell it at a higher price and make a 
larger profit. 

This manner of handling Wire is as conve- 
nient for the consumer as it is for the dealer. 



ANNEALED. GALVANIZED AND BRIGHT, SAME LIST. 

WIRf) ON SPOOLS. 

Keep a good assortment of sizes, do away 

with the broken bundle business entirely, 

and devote the time you would spend in 

wrestling with rusty snarls to some better 

purpose. 




Price per Doasen S] 


,ool«, 1/ I Pound Hii 


oil. 


M.iii- Wire Small Spoole- 


— 1 D 


ozen 


in' a 


Box. 


No. OP Wire Gadce.| 16 IS ( 2© 22 24 


26 

$1 20 

1 50 

2 65 
2 70 


Gaigk ok Wire. 


2§ 


SO 


32 


34 


36 


Annealed Steel . . 
Tinned " . . 
Brass Wire .... 
Copper " . . . . • 


$2 00 
2 20 


$0 96 $1 02 

1 20 I 25 

2 00 2 06 
2 20 2 20 


$1 io|$i 14 
I 32 I 40 

2 20 2 40 
2 40 j 2 60 


Black . Per Gross, 
Plated 


$3 50 
4 25 


*3 75 
4 50 


$4 00 
4 75 


$4 25 
5 00 


$5 52 
6 00 



BA'ITERY COPPBK IN SHKK'I'S 

COLD ROLLED. 
Size, 30 x 60 Inches, Weights from 2q to 80 Pounds per Sheet .... 



\- 



Per Pound, $ 

BRASS AND COPPER OF ANY "WIDTH AND LENGTH. FOR SPECIAL WORK, MADE TO ORDER "WHEN SO DESIRED. 



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Tables of Sizes and Weights — Wire, Tubing, Etc. 



325 



V 





WEIGHT OB 1 WIRE 




WEIGHT OE ROTTISro KAKS 




PER 100 FEET 








Thickness Stubs' Wire Gauge. 




PER FOOT. 


NO 


Iron. 


Steel. 


Copper. 


Brass. 


Diameter, inches. 


Brass. 


Copper. 







30-63 


30.92 


34-99 


.33-05 


1/16 


. .011 . 


.011 




1 


23-85 


24.07 


27.24 


25-73 


1/8 
3/16 
















■105 

. .IS7 

.295 




2 


21.37 


21-57 


24.41 


23.06 


1/4 
5/16 










.175 
■275 - 








3 I7-7 S 


'7-94 


20.3 


19.18 


3/8 • 
7/16 










•395 

•54 






■ .424 
.575 




4 15.01 


15.15 


■ 7-'5 


16.19 


1/2 
9/16 










■ 71 
•9 






■ -75 
■95 




5 12.82 


'2.95 


14-65 


13.84 


5/8 
11/16 










■•35 






. 1. 17 
1.42 




6 


10.92 


11.02 


12.47 


11.78 


3/4 
13/16 










1.85 ■ 






• 1-7 
2. 




7 


8.586 


8.667 


9.807 


9.263 


7/8 
15/16 










2.15 

2.48 






• 2.3 
2.64 




s 


7.214 


7.283 


8.241 


7-783 


1 

1 1/16 










2.85 
3.20 






. 3.01 

3.41 

■ 3.85 

4.29 




9 


5.805 


5-859 


6.63 


6.262 


1 1/8 
1 3/16 










3-57 
3.97 • 








■ 
r, 


4-758 
3.816 


4.803 
3.852 


5-435 
4-359 


5-133 
4. 1 17 


1 1/4 


. 4.41 


• 4-73 








12 


3.148 


3-178 


3-596 


3-397 


AVERAGE WEIGHT AND GAUGE OE 




13 


2.392 


2.414 


2-732 


2.58 


BATTERY COPPER. 




14 


1.826 


1.843 


2.085 


1.969 


Sheets 30x60 Inches. 




15 
16 
■7 
18 


1-374 
1. 119 
.8915 
.6363 


1.387 
I.I3 

•9 

•6423 


1-569 
1.279 

i.oi8 

.7268 


1.482 
1.208 
.9618 
.6864 






GATJGB. 


Weight Square Foot. 


Weight of Sheet. 




NO. 21 . . 


. 1 lb. 9 oz. . 


. 20 lbs. 




■9 


.4675 


■472 


•534 


■5043 


" 19 . 


2 " " 


25 " 




20 


.3246 


•3277 


■3709 


•3502 


17 . . 


. 2 " 6 " . 


• 30 " 




21 


.2714 


•274 


■31 


•2929 


" 16 


2 " 12 " 


• 35 " 




22 


■ 2079 


.2098 


•2373 


.2241 


" 15 ■ • 


■ 3 " 3 " 


. 40 " 




S3 


.1656 


.1672 


.1892 


.1788 


" 14 


4 " 4 " 


50 " 




24 


.1283 


.1296 


.1465 


.1384 


" 13 • • 


. 4^" 14 " 


. 60 " 




25 


.106 


.107 


.1211 


.1144 


12 


5 " 6 " 


. 70 " 




Sizes, Weights Etc., 


IRON PIPE SIZES. 


"Weight of Copper 




OF 


SEAMLESS DRAWN BRASS AND COPPER TUBES 


AND 
Brass Plates 

RV 




SBAMLBISS DHAWN TnniNR. 


MADE TO CORRESPOND WITH IRON PIPE. 




STUBS' GAUGR 


AND TO FIT IRON PIPE THREADS. 




American Gaii^ 1 . 


•53 6 


Stubs' 
Gauge. 


Weights 
Per Foot. 


■53| 


Stubs' 
Gauge. 


We 
Per 


Foot 


Same as 
Iron Size. 


Outside 
Diameter. 


Thickness. 

Stubs' 
Gauge. 


Weights per 
Foot. 




oZ 

8| 


WeightofPIates 
per square foot. 


Hrass. 


Copper. 


Brass. 


Copper. 


Brass 


Copper. 


ks 


Copper. 






Us. 


Us. 




Us. 


lbs. 




Us. 


Us. 




Inch. 


Us. 


■A 


is 


.11 


■ it 




1 1 1 .- .v 1 ; 1 .- 


2-35 


2.49 


- 




15 -27 


• 29 


11 


.10189 


4.6156 


tjta 


3« 


18 


.19 


.10 


23/8 


" 


2.52 


2.67 


1 4 17/32 


■5 -37 


■39 


11 

'- 


.090742 4.1106 
.080808 3.6606 


M5B6 


w 


■8 


■ 25 


26 2 \li 


IO*l/2 St II 


3.45 


3.60 








■3 


.071061 ' 3.1598 


3079? 
2.7428 


















13 .60 


64 


■ 4 


.064084 2.9030 


^s 




-31 


.33 






3-70 


3-95 








.5 




2.4425 


,V4 


'7 


.46 


■49 


2.V4 


" 


3-80 


405 


1/2 


13/16 


12 


- 


.80 


if 
'9 


.050820 2.3021 
.045257 2.0501 


2.1751 
'•937 


1 


'7 


■54 
,«7 


•57 


3 


.. 


1 JO 

1.55 


4.45 
4.80 


,-' 


1 1/16 


12 


1.22 


t.:n 


.O40303 I.S2S7 

■035890 


1-725 




















1 5/16 




1.63 


'■74 


SO 


.031961 


1.3679 

1.2182 




16 


■ 79 


■84 






4-95 


5- 20 


1 1 4 








21 


.028462 
■025347 


■ .. 


15 


•97 






5.40 


565 


I 5/8 


9 


2.52 


2.65 




1.0849 




14 1 2 


1,16 


1.22 


4 


5.60 


6.00 


1 1 ) 


1 7/8 


•> 


2-94 


3-'2 




.022571 1.0225 

.020100 

.017900 

.01594 .72208 


'SSS 




14 


1.34 


1.42 


4I'4 


6,00 


640 


' 


2 3/8 


- 


LJ( 






.76612 


1 s/8 


14 


■•47 


'■55 




6.4S 




2 1/2 










3 










1.70 


1.S0 


1 ; 1 


6.70 


MS 




2 7/8 


7 






.012641 .57264 


.48180 




12 1/2 .V 


1-94 


2.06 


5 




7.60 


3 


3 1/2 


s 








.010025 .1541.; 
.40444 


^2907 


1 




2.08 




512 10 

6 10 




S.So 














-38212 


; 1 8 




2.25 




9.06 


9.59 


4 


4 t/2 




12.24 


12.96 




.007950 .36014 
.007080 , .32072 


3402* 
■30302 




















.006304 


.."^.i 


















.005614 .25451 


.24028 



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326 



Metals. 



We keep in stock the following Metals, which we are unable to price, owing to the fluctuations of the market, but shall at all times 

quote the lowest price at which the best Metal can be sold. 

BABBIT METAL. 




No. 1 

Per Pound, $ . . 



Per Pound 



PHOSPHOK BRONZE. 



INGOT COPPER. 




Per Pound 



I Per Pound 



ANTIMONY. 








Pig 

Bar . 



Extra 



Standard 



\= 



Per Pound, $ . . . Pig 




Per Pound, $ . 


Bar . 




. 


SOLDER. 




. , 







C SOLDER 


"^) \ 




■^^^H&H 


■■■ 




Per Pound, $ . . . | JNo. I 




Per Pound, $ . 


Hoofing ... Per Pound, $ 







SPELTER. 
Per Pound, $ . . . | Extra Pure 
Spelter Solder . Per Pound, 



Per Pound, $ 



/ 









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Metals — Specific Gravity, Weights, Etc. 



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327 



Specific Gravity and Weight of 
Metals and Alloys. 





Specific 


Weight of a 


Weight of a 




Gravity 


Cubic Foot. 


Cubic Inch. 


Aluminium, cast .... 


2560 


160 lbs. 


.092 lbs. 


Antimony, cast ..... 


6710 


419 " 


•243 " 


Arsenic ..... 


5760 




.208 " 


Bismuth, cast ..... 


9822 


613 " 


■353 " 




7800 
8400 


500 " 

527 " 


.280 " 
•304 " 


Brass, rolled .... about 


8390 


525 " 


.302 


Bronze (Copper s, Tin 1) Gun Metal, about 


8460 


528 " 


■305 " 


Copper, cast ..... 


.s-50 


543 " 


.315 " 


rolled ..... 


8800 


548 " 


•317 




8850 


553 " 


.321 


Gold, pure, cast, 24 carat 


1925S 


1204 


.696 " 


" " hammered, 24 carat . about 


19500 


1217 " 


.702 " 


Iron, cast \ purest is I common average 
" wrought 1 heaviest *| " 


7210 


450 


.260 " 


777° 


485 " 


.280 " 


Lead, cast ..... 


11300 


708 " 


.408 " 


" rolled ..... 


11410 


712 " 


.411 " 


Mercury, 40 ° 


15630 


978 " 


.566 " 


32 


13610 


848 " 


.492 " 


"60° 


13580 


846 " 


.490 


" 212° .... 


1.1 375 


836 " 


.483 " 




8800 


509 " 


.318 " 


Platinum, hammered . . about 


21500 


1343 " 


■775 " 


" native, in grains . 


17500 






Silver, pure, cast .... 


10474 


654 " 


.378 " 


" " hammered 


10510 


655 " 


•379 , 


Steel (Carbon lightens itl common average 


7850 


490 


.283 " 


Tin (common average] 


7290 


455 


.262 " 


Zinc " " . . . . 


7000 


437 


.252 " 



Specific Grravity, and Weight to Cubic 
Foot of Various Materials. 





> 


4* 

3 n| 






J3 

3 






U 






I- 3 






U 






1- 3 


TlMIlER. 





G.Q, 


Fluids. 







Stones, 
Earths,&c 





p. ft 








ta 






■A 


fl.5 




'0 

a 


60*. 

P 




a 
a 










Ash . 


.8 




Alcohol . . 


.s 


50 


Chalk . 


2.3 


24,1 


Beech 


■69 43 


Ether . . 


■ 74 


46 


Clay. . . 


2. 


125 


Birch . 


.71 44 


oil .... 


.90 


56 


Coal . . 


1.! 


82 


Cedar 


.48 




Water. Fresh, 


1. 000 


62.4 


Coke . . 


.8 


SO 


Deal, Christ'na 






Water, Sea . 


1.02s 


64.1 


Earth. 






Kim . 


6 










Rammed. 


1.(1 


100 


Hornbeam 


■75 


47 


Artificial 






Flint . . 


!.h 


«u 


Larch . 


.55 


35 


Substances. 






Gravel . . 


1.9 


1 so 


Meniel . 


.6 


V 








Granite . 


2.6 


l'..l 


Mahogany, 






Itriek. . . 


2.0 


124 


Grindstone 


2.1 


Ml 


Spanish . 


.8 


SO 


Brickwork, 






l.iiiR--lMin- 


2.5 


IV. 


Oak, English, 




S« 


in Mortal 


1.6 


100 


Marble 


-'■" 




Oak, Canadian, 


S4 


Brickwork 




i 112 
U094 


Sand . . 


I.M 


1?" 


Pine, Red . 


.<•<, 


4' 


in Cement, 


1.8 


Sandstone 




IW 


Pine, Yellow . 


A 




Concrete, 




Stone. 






Tcak.Moulm'n 


4i 


ordinary . 


r.g 


"9 


Hath 


1.8 


1 [a 


"\ ew 


.s 


50 


m cement, 

Cement . . 


2.2 


133 


Stoue. 
Portland, 


2.1 


151 


Miscellaneous. 






Portland . 


i..i 


Si 


York Flag, 




1 ! 








Roman . 


1. 


63 


Slate . . 


17S 


Asphaltutn 


■'> 


S6 


Glass . . . 


2-? 




Shingle 


1.4 


90 


Gutta Percha, 


,9l 


61 


Lime, quick, 


.8 


50 








Imliii Kvibber, 


t f 


1S0 


Mortar . . 












Ivory . 


112 


1.1. , . . 


112 









Weighl <>i a Oubic Foot of Various 
Substances, in pounds. 



Gun Metal . 

0] ■ ' 1 , . 

Cast Iron 
Wrought iron 

id 
Mercury . 

Steel "• 
" Plates 

Tin 

Zinc, Cast 
" Rolled . 



t/fy 
543. 

;■■'■ 

45s. 

$ 

450. 



Wood, Etc. 



v= 



Live Oak 
Hickory 
Pine, white . 
Spnux 
Corkwood 

clc . 

i-liracitc 
Bituminous 



al, Cannel 
itton, Bale . 

34. " Prc-scd . 

11.25 Earth. I 

Mud 

1 inunon Soil . 



Hay, Bale . 
Pressed 



94- 
14. 
22. 

102. 

i.C 
9-5 

25- 



Wires of" Various Metals Compared. 

The following table is given by Mr. David Kirkaldy, of London, to exhibit 
the tensile strength and resistance to tension of wire made of various 
materials. 



Specimens Tested. 



Copper .... 

Brass 

Charcoal Iron 

Coke Iron . 

Steel .... 

Phosphor Bronze, No. i , 

" " No. 2 

* ' " No. 3 , 

No. 4 



Pulling Stress per square inch. 



Hard. Pounds. 



63.122 
81.156 
65-834 
65.321 
120.976 
I.S9-5I5 
151.1x9 
139.141 
120.900 



Annealed. 
Pounds. 



37-002 
51-550 
46.060 
61.294 
74-637 
58.853 
64.569 
54-i" 
53-371 



Specimens Tested. 



Copper .... 

Brass 

Charcoal Iron 

Coke Iron . 

Steel .... 

Phosphor Bronze, No. i 

,r " No. 2 

No. 3 

No. 4 



Extension per cent. 


Annealed. 


Hard. 


34-1 


86.8 


36-5 


14.7 


28. 


48. 


17- 


26. 


10.9 


* 


46.6 


13-3 


42.S 


15-8 


44-9 


17.3 


42.4 


13- 



No. twists 
iu 5 inches. 



96 
57 
87 
44 
79 
66 
60 
53 
124 



Of the eight pieces of steel tested three stood from 40 to 45 twists, and 
five stood from 1 1 /£ to 4 twists. 

Relative Malleability of the Metals. 



1. Gold. 

2. Silver. 



3. Copper 

4. Tin. 



5. Platinum. 

6. Lead. 



7. Zinc. 

8. Iron. 



Specific Resistances of Metals. 



Copper 
Silver . 
Gold 
Iron 
Lead 



. 1.00 


Mercury . 


. 50.00 


Brass Wire . . 3.S8 


.98 


Palladium 




German Sil. Wire 11.30 




Platinum . 


. 6.78 


Nickel Wire . 7.70 


5-« 


Tin Wire 


6.80 


Calcium Wire . 2.61 


. 10.76 


Zinc Wire . 


■ 3.70 


Aluminium Wire 1.75 



Conductors and Non-Conductors. 

In the following list each substance named conducts better than that 

which precedes it; the first being the best insulator, the last the best con- 
ductor. 

r. Dry Air. 10. Dry Paper. 1 19. Lead. 

2. Paramnc. ri. Porcelain. Tin. 

j. Hard Rubber. 12. Dry Wood. 21. Iron. 

4. Shellac. 13. Dry Ice. 22. Platinum, 

s. India Rubber. 14. Water. 25. Zinc. 

6, Guttapercha. 15. Saline Solutions. 24. Gold. 

7. Sulphur. 16. Acids. opper. 
6. Glass. 17. Charcoal or Coke. ] 26. Silver. 
9. Silk. 1*. Mercury. 

When a wire of small resistance and an insulator of great resistance arc 
employed upon aline, the highest excellence is secured, since the lower the 
resistance in the former the better is the transmission, and the higher the 
nee in the latter, the less the waste of the current. 



< Jomposition of Various Alloy; 



Alloys. 



Babbit metal 

Bell metal 

Brass engine bearings . 

(tough) for engine works 

for heavy bearings 

yellow for turning . 
" for locomotive bearings 

for straps and glands 
flanges to stand bracing 
Metal to expand in cooling 
Mania's sheathing 

Pe wter 

Spelter 

Statuary bronze .... 



Solders. 



For lead 



" bn 



jwter . 

razing (soft) . 



(hard 
(hardest) 



Zinc Tin. Coi> A,lti - Lead 
per. mony A * cuu - 



) 



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Pipe Fittings. 



=\ 






BETUEN BENBS. 






FOUNr> PIPE FITTINfiS. 



\ Black per pound, $0 13 ; Galvanized, $0 20 



< 'hiss 1. 



I Elbows and Tees, 2 in. and larger. 



Black per pound, $0 15; Galvanized, $0 22, 



Class 2 •' Elbows and Tees, 1 in. to 1 1/2 in. inclusive. 
I Street Elbows, I in. and larger. 
I Socket Couplings, 1 1/4 in. and larger. 



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Class 3. 



Black per pound, $0 17 ; Galvanized, $0 24. 




Elbows and Tees, 3/8 in. to 3/4 in., inclusive. 

Street Elbows, 3/8 in. to 3/4 in. inclusive. 

Socket Couplings. 3/8 in. to 1 in. inclusive. 

Reducers, 1/2 in. and larger. 

Elbows Side Outlet, all sizes. 

Crosses, all sizes. 

Drop Elbows and Tees, all sizes. 

Caps, all sizes. 

Waste Nuts, all sizes. 

Chandelier Hooks, all sizes. 

Return Bends, all sizes. 

Pipe Straps, all sizes. 




Class -L. 



Black per pound, $0 28 ; Galvanized, $0 38. 



Elbows and Tees, 1/8 and 1/4 in. 
1 Reducers, 1/4 to i/S and 3/8 to 1/4 in. 



Socket Couplings, 1/8 and 1/4 in. 






STREET ELBOWS. 



CLOSE NIPPLE, 



SHOULDER NIPPLE. 



40 DEGREE ELBOWS. 



Size, Inch, 1 
Each, $0 20 



Forty-live Degree Elbows, 
o 25 o 35 o 50 



Cast Iron. 
2% 3 

1 30 1 60 



i'A 
1 90 



4 
2 50 









Black 


Fittings. 
















Sizes, Inches 


X 


X 


X 


X 


1 


iX 


>X 


2 


*% 


3 


1% 


4 . 


5 


6 


Unions . . Each, 


$0 15 


$0 18 


$0 20 


$0 28 


$034 


$046 


$0 60 


$0 80 


$1 50 


$2 10 


$3 00 


$4 00 






Plugs ..." 


03 


03 


04 


005 


06 


10 


13 


20 


035 


050 


075 


085 


SI7S 


$2 40 


Bushings . . . " 


005 


05 


06 


07 


09 


13 


17 


27 


42 


60 


80 


1 00 


1 85 


2 50 


Caps ..." 


003 


003 


005 


008 


11 


015 


22 


30 


050 


80 


1 10 


1 30 


2 00 


2 35 


Nipples, Short . . " 


05 


06 


07 


09 


10 


14 


17 


025 


056 


075 


1 00 


I2S 


2 00 


2 75 


Long . 


07 


09 


10 


11 


15 


20 


25 


035 


07s 


095 


1 25 


I 60 


2 60 


3 60 


Lock Nuts . . " 


04 


04 
00 


06 


07 


08 


10 


12 


25 


40 


050 


70 


95 


135 


1 90 


Wrought Sockets . . " 


005 


07 


10 


13 


17 


21 


28 


40 


60 


80 


I 00 


1 65 


2 40 



Galvanized Fittings. 



Sizes, Inches 



Unions 
Caps 

Nipples, Short 
" Long 



Each, 



X 



$0 20 
o 05 
07 
o 09 



X 



$0 24 
o 05 
08 
II 



•2 



$027 
07 
09 
o 13 



X 



$037 

o 10 

O II 

16 



$0 50 
o 14 
o 13 
o 19 



iX I iX 



$0 70 

O 20 

o 17 

o 24 



$0 90 
030 
o 23 
o 31 



$1 20 

40 
32 
o 40 



2X 



S225 
065 
065 
085 



$2 90 
I 00 

085 

I 10 



3X 



$4 5° 
I 30 

1 15 

I 40 



$5 60 
I 60 
I 40 
I 90 



V. 



J 



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Universal Angle Unions. 




A NKW AND 



IMPORTANT PIPE FITTING 



STEAM, WA.TKR OR 
G-A.S. 



329 



^ 




Combining a Variable Angle, or Elbow, and a Union. 
Saves Pipe, Saves Time, Decreases Friction and Radiation, gives a union joint at every angle, and can be set at any angle at 

which it is desired to run the pipe. 
BRASS. IRON. 

Diam. of Fitting, Inch, }i % I Diam. of Fitting, Inch, 1 \% ij£ 2 2</ 2 3 $•/£ 4 5 6 

Each, $1 50 1 75 I Each, $1 45 2 35 3 50 4 10 5 00 7 00 10 25 12 75 16 85 21 00 




Union Flanges, with. Bolts. 

Sizes, }i 1 i'X iK 2 

Per Pair, $0 65 o 70 o 85 I 15 1 50 

Sizes, 2% 3 i% 4 5 6 

Per Pair, $1 75 2 25 2 75 3 15 5 00 6 50 



Plain Pipe Flanges. 



Per Pound 



$0 izyi 




Rail Flanges, U and 1 Inch 



Per Pound, $ 



Expansion .Toints. 





Iron Body, Brass Sleeve. 

Size, Inches, 2% 3 $% 4 56 

Each, $5 75 8 50 II 50 15 00 34 00 40 00 

Traverse, Inches, 2</£ 2% 3 3X 5 5 





Braes ] *<><iy 








Size, Inches, 


> 


■ X 


''A 


2 


Each, 


$2 25 3 00 


4 00 


5 00 


7 SO 


Traverse, Inches, 


2* 2>C 


2% 


*X 


2', 



Pump Rod Couplings. 




Size >s Inch, 14 Threads, Malleable Iron 



Each, $0 20 Size J4 Inch, 12 Threads, Malleable Iron 




Iron Foot Valves and Strainers. 

THREADED FOR IRON riPE. 



Each, $0 20 



Si/os. Inch. 1 1% \yi 

Each. Si 25 I 50 I 7S 



2 75 



3 
3 75 



5 00 



4 
8 00 



11 50 



6 
18 50 



J 



(T 



33° 



Combination Locking and Pouring Clamps. 




FY.1- Pipe- O. D. 

Inch, 2 3456 
Each, $ . . . ... 



Inch, 7 
Each, $ . . 

Inch, 12 
Each, $ . . 



10 11 



■3 M 



Pipe Clamps or Saddles 

FY>r Tapping Wa1 or and Grae EHpe M:iins. 

Outlets Tapped from 1/3 lo iB Inoh. 



For Pipe, Inch, 2 



2% 



3% 



Each, $0 75 o 80 1 00 1 00 1 co 

For Pipe, Inch, 4^ 5 6 7 8 
Each, $1 25 1 25 1 50 1 75 2 00 

SHEET T .17 AT> FOR PACKING THE ABOVE FURNISHED AT THE 
MARKET PRICE. 





Round or Full Water Way 



Service Cocks. 



For "Use in Connection witli t h<-> Saddle Clamps. 



PIPE THREAD AT EACH END. 



Size, Inch, }4 



i* iK 



V 



OUTSIDE THREADS. 



Per Dozen, $18 00 27 00 45 00 75 00 108 00 192 00 



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Special Lap Welded Wrought Pipe. 

WITH 

TKK "CONVERSE" PATENT LOCK JOINT. 



331 





The attention of all parties interested in using iron pipe for conveying Water, Gas or Compressed Air is respectfully 
requested to a careful examination of the "Converse Patent Lock Joint," for connecting iron pipe, an engraving of which is 
herewith given. 

This Joint, in connection with our special Lap Welded Wrought Iron Pipe, has been thoroughly tested, and is being extensively 
used in the Eastern States, also on the Pacific Coast, and in every instance it gives perfect satisfaction, and receives the highest 
endorsements from the most competent engineers. 

The following is the substance of an opinion given by Charles H. Haswell, Esq., the celebrated engineer, and standard 
authority on Hydraulics, etc. : 

" The difference in friction between a line of ordinary bell end cast iron pipe and a line of seamless wrought iron pipe, fitted 
with the ' Converse Lock Joint,' would be fully 25 per cent, in favor of the latter ; and the difference between the seamless wrought 
iron pipe fitted with the ' Converse Lock Joint,' and a similar line of wrought iron rivetted pipe, would be fully 35 per cent, in favor 
of the Lap Welded Pipe with the Converse Lock Joint." 

This Pipe is coated inside and outside with material known as " Kalamein," which is similar to galvanizing but considered 
superior as protection against rust. In addition, the usual treatment of Asphalt coating will l>e made, unless purchasers desire 
otherwise. 

PRICES ASD DESCRIPTION. 



Exact 
O. D. 
Inch. 


Nearest 
W. G. 


Weight 

Per Foot 

Plain itnds 


Weight 
of Joint. 

I.tis. 


Weight of 

One Side. 
Lbs. 

10/16 

1 9/16 

2 2/16 

3 4/i6 
3 9/i6 

5 12/16 

6 1/2 


Weight 

Per Pool 

Complete. 


Price 
Per Foot. 


E*«Ct 
O. D. 
Inch. 


Nearest 
W. G. 


Weight 

Per Fool 

Plain Ends 


Weigh! 

of Joint. 
Lbs. 


Weight of 

Lead 
One Side. 

Lbs. 


Weight 
Per Foot 
Complete. 


Price 
Per Foot. 


2 

3 
4 
5 
6 
7 
8 
9 


15 

"3* 

12* 

\o% 
10K 
10 


1 47 
2-74 
4.20 

5-9' 

7. 1 1 

9.22 

10.56 

"■59 


s 

9 
'3 
■7 
20 

32 
38 


1.86 

348 
526 
733 
8.76 

13.20 
1500 


9o 35 
65 

95 

1 20 

1 45 

2 06 
2 50 


IO 
II 
12 

'4 
15 
16 


IO 

9 
8 

1% 
7 

6', 

5 


13-86 
16.98 
20.62 
23-30 
25-27 
29-95 
39-61 


4" 
56 
71 
99« 


6 

8 12/16 
10 6/16 
li>' ' 


17.08 
25.12 
3I.OO 
47-70 


*3 OO 
3 40 

3 75 

4 5° 

5 OO 
560 

6 25 



Size, Inch, 
Each , 



V 



1 1/4 
$2 40 



Drive "Well Points. 




3 60 



r 



33 2 



Lap- Welded American Iron Boiler Tubes. 



"N 




OF STANDARD GAUGE, NOT OVER 20 FEET LONG. 



Oiitsidedia.,in. 


' 


I« 


Ifi 


■K 


2 


W> 


2« 


2-X 


3 


3% 


3<A 


3K 


4 


4H 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 

2 75 


11 
3 25 


12 

355 


13 

4 20 


4 75 


15 


Price per foot, 


$023 


23 


23 


22 


22 


25 


28 


31 


34 


038 


043 


045 


52 


60 


72 


I 00 


• 45 


I8 S 


2 2S 


5 75 


Wire Gauge, 


'5 


>5 


H 


>3 


r3 


'3 


12 


12 


12 


» 


11 


» 


10 


10 


9 


8 


8 


8 


7 


6 


5 


1'A 


4 


3'A 


3 


Weight per ft.. 


.70 


•9" 


1.24 


1.66 


r.91 


2.16 


2.75 


3-04 


3-33 


3-0 


4.28 


4.60 


5-47 


6.17 


7-58 


io.r6 


11.90 


13.65 


16.76 


21.00 


25.00 


28.50 


32.06 


36.00 


40.60 



WROUGHT IRON WELDED PIPE. 




LIST OF PRICES AS REVISED MARCH 23, 1887. 



Inter. Dia., 


•A 


'A 


H 


A 


X 


1 


i# 


i'A 


2 


2K 


3 


i'A 


4 


5 6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


Pin. per ft., 
Gal. per ft., 


$.04 


•04 

■os 

■42 


•04 
•05K 

.56 


•05 
•07 

.84 


•07 
.09 
1. 12 


•09X 
.12X 

' 1.67 


.12^ 
•17 
2.24 


.22 

•25 

2.68 


.28 

•32 

3.61 


•44 

•49 

5-74 


•58 

.64 

7-54 


•70 

.86 

9.00 


•85 

1. 00 

10.66 


1.20 
1.50 
14.50 


165 
2.00 
18.76 


2.00 


2.75 


3-70 


4-75 


Weight " 


23.27 


28,18 


33-70 


40.06 



PUMP COLUMN STEAM AND AIR PIPP:. 

From 4 to r6 inches in stock. Prices quoted oil application. 



BRASS AND COPPER- TUBING. 




Ol'TSIDE MEASURE. 



SIZES. 


BRASS, BRAZED. 


BRASS, SEAMLESS. 


COPPER, SEAMLESS. 


i/S Inches. 


$1 75 Per Pound. 


$2 00 Per Pound. 


$ ... Per Pound. 


3/16 " 


125 


150 




1/4 " 


65 " 


85 " 




5/16 " 


SO 


75 




3/8 & 7/16 " 


45 


65 




1/2 to 1 


40 


60 




1 1/8 "2 " 


40 


So ' " 




2 1/2 "4 " 


. . ' 


55 





V. 



ABOVE 4 IN. PRICES QUOTED ON APPLICATION. 



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Table— Altitude of Jets, Capacity of Cisterns, Etc. 



333 



ALTITUDE OF JETS IN EEET. 


DISCHABGE OE JETS IN GALLONS PER 
MINUTE. 


Head 


Head 
011 Jet 

in 
Keet. 


DIAMETER OF JET IN INCHES. 


Head 
on Jet 

in 
Lbs. 


Head 
on Jet 

in 
Feet. 




DIAMETER OF JET IN INCHES. 


in 

Lbs. 


3/8 


1/2 


5/8 


3/4 


1 


I 1/4 


1 1/2 


3/8 


1/2 


5/8 


3/4 


1 


1 1/4 


1 1/2 


20 
25 
30 
40 
50 
60 
70 
80 


46. 16 

57.70 

69.24 

92. 32 

II5.40 

138.48 

161 .56 

I S4 . 64 

207.72 

230.80 

253-88 
276.96 
300.04 
32312 
346 . 20 
369-28 
39236 
4'5-44 


37.28 

43.82 
49.26 
56.80 
59-9' 


39.50 

47-29 
54-25 
65.68 

73-78 
78.55 
79-99 


40.83 
49-37 
57-25 
71 .01 
82. 10 

90-53 
96.30 
99.41 
99.85 


41.72 

50.76 

59.25 

74.56 

87.65 

98.52 

107.18 

113-61 

117.82 

119.82 


42 
52 
61 

79 

94 

108 

120 

131 

140 

147 


83 

49 
74 
00 

59 
5' 
77 
37 
3° 


43 

53 

63 

81 

98 

114 

128 

142 

'53 

164 

'73 
181 
187 
192 
196 
198 
199 


49 

80 

24 

66 

75 
5° 
93 
02 
78 

21 
31 

07 

5' 
61 
38 

S2 


43-94 
54-23 
64.24 

83-44 
101 .52 
118.50 

'34-37 
149. 12 


20 

25 
30 
40 
50 
60 
70 
8n 


46. 16 
57.70 
69.24 
92.32 
115.40 
138. 4S 
161.56 
I84.64 
207.72 
230.80 
253.88 
276.96 
300.04 
323. 12 
346.20 
369.28 
392.36 
415-44 


17.61 
19 68 
21.56 
24.90 
27.84 


3I-30 
35.00 

38.34 

44-27 
49-49 
54.19 
58.56 


48.91 
54.69 

59-9' 
69.17 
77-32 
84.67 
91.51 
97-77 
103-75 


70.44 

78.75 
S6.27 
99.61 

'"•35 
121 .92 

'31-77 
140.79 
149.30 
157-49 


125.22 
140.00 

'53 37 
17709 

'97.95 
216 76 

234.27 
250.30 
265.60 
279.98 
293.62 
306 . 90 
3"9-24 
33'-22 


195.66 
218.76 
239.64 
276.71 

309.31 
338 .68 
366.04 
391.10 
415.00 
437-47 
45S.7S 
479-23 
498.81 

5'7-53 
535.96 
553-42 
57o.47 


281.76 
315.02 
345.08 
398.46 
445.40 
487.71 
527.10 
563-I9 
597-6i 
629 . 96 
660 . 64 
690 ■ 09 
718.29 
745-25 
771-79 
796.92 
822.57 
845 . 28 


90 






162.78 90 
17531 100 
186.73 "o 
19705 120 






















153.16 
157.10 
'59-37 
I59-98 






















130 
I40 

I50 


























214.36 
221.35 
227.23 
231 99 
235-65 


140 
150 
160 
170 
180 












































170 
180 





































































NTJIVLBKK OF BARKELS (31 l'H Gals. CONTAINED IN CISTERNS AND TANKS. 



Diameter in 
Feet. 



'3 
'4 
'5 
16 

17 
18 

'9 



»3 

24 
25 
26 

27 
28 
29 
30 



DEPTH IN FEET. 



23.3 
33.6 
45-7 
59 7 
75-5 
93-2 
112.8 



134.3 
157.6 
182.8 
209.8 
238.7 
2695 - 

302.1 joa 
336.6 404 

373- . 447 

4" 2 493 

45'-3 54' 

493-3 59-' 

537-' 644 

582.8 699 
630.4 

679.8 815 

731.' 

784.2 941 

839.3 1007 



28. 
40. 
54- 
7' 
90. 
in . 

'35 

161 

189. 

219. 

251. 

286. 

323 






32 


■3 


47 


8 


64 


7 


«3 


° 


105 


9 


130 


4 


.58 


1 


188. 


1 


220. 


3 


255- 


X 


293- 


5 


334 


4 


377- 


6 


423 




47' 


6 


522 


5 


575 


6 


631 





690 


5 


752 


4 


815 


- 


882 


8 


95' 


3 


1023 


1 


1097 


. 1 


"75 



10 


1 1 


12 









37 
53 
73 
95 
120 

'49 
180 

214 
252 
292 
335 
382 
43' 
483 
538 
596 
658 
9 722 
6 789 
o 859 
9 932 
5 100S 
7,1087 
S 
9 
o 



1 169 
1254 
^42 



3 4- 
7 60 

1 1 82 



107 
136 
167 
203 
241 
283 
329 
377 
429 
485 
543 
605 

671 

740 



887 
966 

5 1049 

'• 1134 
7 1223 

7 I3«6 

8 1411 
8 1510 



46 
67 
9' 
119 

'5' 
186 

--.; 
268 

3»5 

365 

419 

7 477 
' 539 

8 604 

9 673 
4, 746 
2 822 
4 902 
9 986 

8 1 074 

1 1165 
7 1260 
6 1359 

9 '462 

6 1568 

7 '678 



5' 

73 

100 

'31 
166 
205 

24S 

295 
346 
5 402 
') 4''[ 
4 5*5 

3 66; 
3 74o 



5 '>C4 

6 10*5 
2 1181 

6 128: 

2 1608 

5 '725 
5 1846 



56 
80 
109 

'43 
181 

223 
270 
322 
378 
438 
503 
572 
646 

725 
807 
895 
987. 
1083 
1183 
1289 
1398 

6 1631 

7 '754 
3 18S2 
42014 



60 

87 

l.N 

155 

196 

8 242 
293 
349 
409 

475 
545 
620 
700 
t 785 

9 875 

1069 

a 117.1 
9 1282 

1 1396 
7 1515 
9 '639 

6J1900 



11. 17 



65 
94 
127 
.67. 
211 
261 

3'5 
376. 
441 
511 
587 
668 
" 7S4 
5 846 
J 942 
8 1 044 

2 1 1 ;i 
5 '263 

5 1 503 

3 '63' 
1765 

5 '9°3 

8 2047 
02195 
02343 





o 100 

9 

1 

5 
1 

9 






'37 
'79 
226 
289 
338 
o 402 

3 472 

6 808 

906 

6 1009 
41119 
5 '233 

7 '354 
2 U79 
9 161 1 
9 1748 

1 1891 
42039 
1 2193 
92352 
9251/ 



74 
107 
146 
191 
24' 
298. 
361 
429 
504, 
5' s 4 
671. 

773 
862 
966. 

9'°77, 
o 1193 

7 '3'5 
01444 

9 1578 

4 '/IS 

41865. 
. I 2017 

42175 
-3 2339 

72509 

8 2685 



79 
"4 
'55 
202 
256 
3'7 
383 
456 
535 
621. 

7"3 
9 811 

4 9'6 

8 1027 

2 "44 
f, 1 268 

9 1398. 

3 '534 

5 '677- 
8 1826. 
o 1981 
2 2143 
423" 
5 2485 
92666 
62853 



18 19 . 20 



84 
120 
164 
214 

272 

335 
406 

483. 
567 
658 

755 
859. 
97o. 
1087. 
6 121 1 . 



'342 
1480 
1624 
'775 
'933 

6 2098 
3 2269 
3 2447 

7 2631 
42823 
5 3021 



88. 
127 
'73 
226 
287. 
354 
428. 
510 

593 
694. 
797 
41 907- 

2 1024. 

7 1148. 

9 T 279 

8 1417. 

4 ';62. 

8 1715 

9 1874- 
6 2041 ■ 
1 2214 
4 2395 

3 2583 
92778. 
3 29X0 



93-3 
'34 4 
182.8 



238 
302 

373 

45' 

3 537 
630 

5 73' 
5 839 
' 954 
1 1078 

1 1 208. 5 

2 1346- 5 

4 1492.0 

7 1644 9 
1 1805.3 

5 1973 2 

1 2148.5 
7 2321 2 
4 2521 5 

2 2719 2 
1 2924.4 

1 3'37-0 

2 3357-0 



For tanks that are tapering, measure the diameter 4 'oths from the Large end. 



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Mm m MEASURE. 

V S. t'.ill Weighs 26005 pounds avoirdupois ol Water 1 - yuart weighs 2.0S04 pounds avoirdupois of Water. 

•■ Pint " 1.0402 " " " illon 8.3216 



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Weight of Lead Pipe, Sheet Lead, Etc. 



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Lead. Pip 


e. 










CALIBRE. 


WT. PER FOOT. 


CALIBRE. 


WT. PER FOOT. 


CALIBRE. 


WT. PER FOOT. 


AA 3/8 in. ex. strong 


1 lb. 


5 oz. 


C 3/4 in. light 


2 lb. 


1 oz. 


AA 2 in. ex. strong 


gib. 


oz. 


A ' ' strong 


1 " 


2 " 


D " ex. light 


I " 


10 " 


A ' ' strong 


7 " 


" 


B " medium 


1 " 


" 

13 " 
10 " 


E ' ' fountain 


I " 


4 " 


B ' ' medium 
C " light 
D " ex. light 


6 " 

5 " 
4 " 


" 


C " light 
D " fountain 


AAA 1 in. ex. pressure 
AA " ex. strong 
A " strong 


6 1b. 
4 " 
4 " 


ooz. 

12 " 
O " 


4 " 

" 


AAA 1/2 in. ex. pressure 


3 lb- 


oz. 


2 1/2 in. 3/8 in. thick 


16 lb. 


II oz. 


AA " ex. strong 


2 " 


" 


B " medium 


3 " 


4 " 


2 1/2 " 5/16 " 


13 " 


II " 


A ' ' strong 


1 " 


II " 


C " light 


2 " 


8 " 


2 1/2 " 1/4 


11 " 


" 


B ' ' medium 


1 " 


4 " 


D " ex. light 


2 " 


" 


2 1/2 " 3/16 " 


7 " 


13 " 


C " light 


1 " 






1 " 


8 " 








D ' ' fountain 




12 " 


AA 1 1/4 in. ex. strong 
A ' ' strong 
B " medium 
C " light 
D " ex. light 


5 lb. 

4 " 
3 " 
3 " 
2 " 


12 oz. 
12 " 

12 " 


3 in. 3/8 in. thick 
3 " 5/i6 " 
3 " 1/4 
3 " 3/16 " 


19 lb. 
16 " 

12 " 
9 " 


10 oz. 


AAA 5/8 in. ex. pressure 
AA " ex. strong 
A ' ' strong 
B " medium 


3 lb. 
2 " 


8oz. 

12 " 

8 " 


" 

10 " 

5 " 


2 " 


" 


8 " 


3 1/2 in. 7/16 in. thick 


261b. 


10 oz. 


C " light 


1 " 
1 " 
1 " 


11 " 

4 " 
" 


E ' ' fountain 


2 " 


" 


3 1/2 " 3/8 " 
3 1/2 '". 5/16 " 
3 1/2 " 1/4 


21 " 
18 " 
15 " 


10 " 


D *' ex. light 
E " fountain 


AA 1 1/2 in. ex. strong 
A ' ' strong 
B " medium 


7 lb. 
6 " 
5 " 


4 oz. 

4 " 
" 


5 " 

" 


AAA 3/4 in. ex. pressure 


4 lb. 


8oz. 


4 in. 7/16 in. thick 


30 lb. 


oz. 


AA 3/4 in. ex. strong 


3 " 


S " 


C " light 


4 " 


4 " 


4 '/ 3/8 " 


25 " 


5 " 


A ' ' strong 


3 " 


" 


D "ex. light 


3 " 


8 " 


4 " 5/i6 " 


21 " 


" 


B " medium 


- 2' ' 


4 " 


E " fountain 


3 " 


" 


4 " 1/4 


16 " 


5 " 



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Number of Shot Per Pound. 


Lead "Waste Pipe. 


DROP SHOT. 


BUCK SHOT. 


CALIBRE. 


WT. PER FOOT. 


CALIBRE. 


WT. PER FOOT. 


SIZES. 


PELLETS PER OZ. 


SIZES. 


NO. TO THE POUND. 


3 inches 
6 " 


3 lb. 8 oz. 

4 " 8 " 


4 1/2 inches 

4 1/2 " 


6 lb. O OZ. 


T 


41 


I 


I64 


6 " 12 " 


BBB 


46 


2 


236 


4 " 


5 " " 


5 


8 " 4 " 


BB 


55 


3 


270 


4 " 


6 " " 


5 


10 " " 


B 


68 
79 










6 


9 " 12 " 


1 


Sheet 


Lead. 




89 
118 
■34 






. 


3 


BALLS. 


WT. PER. SQ FOOT 


THICKNESS. 


WT. PER SQ. FOOT. 


THICKNESS. 


4 


















SIZES. 


NO. TO THE POUND. 


2 1/2 Pounds 


5/128 inch 


7 Pounds. 


7/64 inch 


5 


170 






3 


3/64 " 


8 










1/8 " 


6 


215 


I40 


I40 


















3 '/2 " 


7/128 " 


9 


9/64 " 


7 


3°3 


O 


123 




• 














4 


1/16 " 


10 " 


5/32 " 


8 


420 


CO 


IO3 


















4 1/2 " 


9/128 " 


12 " 


3/16 " 


9 


592 


OOO 


85 


















5 


5/64 " 


16 


1/4 " 




874 


50 


50 


















6 


3/32 " 


24 


3/8 " 




1404 


32 


32 










12 


2030 


16 


16 











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The " Nevada" Oval Top Retort. 




The advantage of this Retort over the old flat pattern is, that it can be filled full of Amalgam, thereby holding more than the 
old style, besides avoiding all danger of an explosion, owing to the crown space in the cover which allows for the expansion. They 
are made extra heavy, well ground in the joints, and are furnished with a strong Norway clamp, having a wrought iron key which 
can be driven in or out of place by a single stroke of a hammer. 

WE KEEP 7 SIZES, AS FOLLOWS: 



Number or Tints, i 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


10 


Holds Pounds Quicksilver, 12^ 


25 


3» 


5o 


63 


75 


'25 


Weight Pounds, 10 


15 


18 


25 


3' 


44 


65 


Each, $4 so 


5 SO 


7 oo 


8 00 


9 00 


10 50 


12 00 

1 



Mortars and Pestles. 




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GROUND INSIDE. 










Size, Quarts, % 


1 


2 


4 


6 


8 


12 


16 


Height, Inches, 3^ 


5 


6 


7* 


8* 


9 


11 


12 


Weight, rounds, 6)4 


9 


16 


22 


37 


43 


72 


86 


Each, $1 00 


1 *5 


2 00 


3 00 


4 75 


5 SO 


9 00 


10 7S 



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Bullion Ladles. 




FORGED FROM ONE PIECE OF CHARCOAL IRON. 



8 Inches in Diameter by 4 Inches Deep 



Per Dozen, $36 00 



Per Dozen 



Each 



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Self - Skimming Ladles. 




Iron Ladles. 




Wrought Iron Ladles. 



Tinners' Fire Pots. 




$6 00 



Inch, 2'. 
Per Dozen, $1 75 


3 
2 00 


3'A 
2 25 

Heavy 


4 
2 5° 

Socket Ladles. 


3 00 




5 
3 5° 


6 
4 SO 


Dia., Inch, 6 
Per Dozen, $12 00 




7 
18 00 


8 
20 00 




9 
24 00 




10 
30 00 



$4 00 



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Oak Tanned Leather Belting. 



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Width, Inch, I 
Per Foot, $o 10 



l# 

o 17 




23 



2 l A 3 3'A 4 4'A 5 6 

30 o 36 o 43 o 50 o 56 o 63 o 76 

Double Leather Belting Twice Price of Single Belting. 

Round Leather Belting. 

Diam., Iiich, 1/4 5/16 3/8 1/2 5/8 3/4 7/8 1 
Per Foot, $0 14 o 18 o 22 o 30 o 36 o 46 o 60 72 



7 
o 90 



S 

I 02 



9 
1 IS 



10 
I 29 



12 

1 S3 



Metallic Tipped Lacing. 

Length, Feet, 3456 
Per Dozen, $0 50 o 75 1 25 1 75 



Rawhide Lacing. 

Insides, per Square Foot. . . . $0 30 
Cut in strips, in Bundles of 100 feet. 

Width, Inches, 1/4 5/16 3/8 7/16 1/2 5/8 3/4 

Per Bundle, $1 00 1 25 1 50 1 75 2 00 2 75 3 25 

Anchor Brand Kip Lace Leather. 

Per Dozen, A $40 00 B $36 00 C $32 00 D $28 00 



Rubber Belting. 

MADE ON" BEST COTTON" DUCK. 

MANUFACTURERS' LIST. 





Two-Ply. 




Width. 


Per Foot. 


Width. 


Per Foot. 


I Inch 


$0 07 


4 Inch 


9o 30 


ix ;; 


09 


4'A " 


33 


t)4 " 


O II 


5 


36 


2 " 


is 


6 


43 


2% " 


18 


7 


si 


3 


22 


8 


59 


i'A " 


26 







Three-Ply. 



Width. 


Per Foot. 


Width. 


Per Foot 


2 Inch 


So 17 


• 5 


Inch 


$0 43 


2'A '• . 


22 


6 


11 


52 


3 " 


26 


7 


11 


60 


3A " 


30 


8 


'* 


70 

80 


4 


34 


9 


'* 


4* " 


39 


10 




90 



Four-Ply. 



Width 


Per Foot. 


Width. 


Per Foot 


2 In 


ell $0 21 


16 Inch 


$1 78 


2'A ' 


' . 26 


IS " 


2 02 


3 


31 


20 " 


2 26 


VA ' 


37 


22 •' 


2 52 


4 


42 


24 " 


2 80 


4'A ' 


47 


26 •' 


3 08 


5 


' 52 


28 '• 


3 36 


6 


' . 62 


30 " 


3 64 


7 


73 
' . 84 


32 " 


3 92 


8 


34 " 


4 20 


9 


95 


36 " 


4 48 


10 


' . 1 07 
1 18 


38 - 


4 7° 


11 ' 


40 " 


5 04 


12 


' . 1 30 


42 " 


5 32 


13 


1 42 


44 " 


5 60 


'4 

15 


: ■ :a 


46 " 
48 " 


5 88 

6 16 



Five-Ply Belting add 86 per cent, to Four-Ply List. 



Rubber 




I lose. 



MANUFACTURERS* LIST. 



Size. Diam., Inches, '. 
Two-Ply, per Foot, $o 20 
Three-Plv, " " $0 25 
Four- Ply, " " $0 30 

We keep 

Competition. 
Standard. 



o 25 
o 30 
37 



1 

33 
o 40 
o 50 



o 42 
o 50 
62 



1 '.. 
50 
62 
o 75 



o 66 

80 

1 00 



75 

90 

1 12 



2'. 

83 

1 00 
' 2S 



99 

1 20 

' 5° 



4 
1 32 

1 60 

2 OO 



in Stock the following Brands 

Kntra a i. 

Cotton. Rubber Lineo. 



of Rubber Hose: 

F.xtra Steam and Oil. 
Wire Lined, A 1 Suction. 



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Hose Pipes. 



short, i>LAjnsr. 



SHORT, COCK LAEGK END. 





Brass, with. Screw Tips. 



Short, Plain, X 


1 


I# 


iK 


2 Inch. 


Per Dozen, $ 8 00 


10 00 


20 00 


25 00 


38 00 


Short, C. L. K., % 


1 


i'X 


*% 


2 Inch. 


Per Dozen, $13 00 


15 00 


45 00 


70 00 


80 00 



Inch, % 
Per Dozen, $ 2 40 



Hose Couplings. 




Brass. 



2 40 



4 40 



10 00 



14 00 



2 
24 00 



Diameter of Rose, 2 

Per Dozen, $4 50 



Hose Pipe Sprinklers. 




1%. Inch. 
12 00 



Screw Bands for Hose. 




A Screw Driver is the only tool required for the putting of them on. 



Sizes, Inch, ^ 
Per Dozen, $1 50 


U 1 i# 
1 50 2 00 2 50 

Rubber Washers for Hose Couplings. 


S 00 


Sizes, Inch, % 
Per Gross, $0 60 


1 iJC iH 
80 . 1 60 2 00 


2 

2 50 



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FOE. A FULL LINE OF BRASS GOODS SEE OUB. SPECIAL BRASS GOODS CATALOGUE. 



2 

6 50 



5 5" 



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TO DBALEES AND CONSUMERS OW PACKING. 



The marked success of the "Clinton" Brand Square Flax Packing has brought into the market imitators, who, by 
base and untruthful representations, seek to push the sale of their goods. Be on your guard, and see that every box is labeled 
"Clinton" Brand. 



All Sizes in Stock, % to 2 Inch 



Per Pound, $o 75 



Asbestos Materi al . 



PURE FIBEE. 




Piston Packing. 

For Piston Rods, Valve Stems, Throttle Valves, Stuffing Boxes of high anil low pressure and Rotary Engines, and wherever 

superheated steam or acids are used. 



Asbestos, Round Packing, all Sizes 

" Mill Board, Sheets 44 x 42 Inch 
" Wickiug, in Balls 



Per Pound, $0 40 

" " 30 

80 



The approximate weights of Sheets are as follows : 

Thickness per Sheet, 1/32 1/16 3/32 1/8 3/16 1/4 

Weight 



1 3/4 3 i/a 5 i/4 



10 1/2 



M 



3/8 
21 



1/2 Inch. 
28 Pounds. 



Pope Packing. 

r Per Pot 

Jute Coils of 25 and 50 lbs, . $ 

American Hemp . . . " " 25 " 50 " . . 
Italian " S. D. & Co.. " " 25 " 50 " 

" " Standard . " " 25 " 50 " . . 

" Flax . . . " " 25 " 50 " 

Cotton Packing ... .... 

" Lamp Wick 

Piston Packing. 

"Centennial" Brand, all Sizes . Per Pound, $ . . . 

< Jotton "Waste. 

100 lb Boles. 



K 



Cop., Machine Picked, White 
Washed Waste, Second Quality 



Per Pound, $0 12 
" o 10 



Soapstone Packing. 

Round, % and # Inch ' Inclusive Per Pound, $ 



% " larger 



Hair Felting. 

yi In., about 300 Square Ft to the Roll, per Square Foot, $0 10 

X " " 300 o 12 

1 " " 300 " " o 14 



Oakum. 

so lb Bales. 



Standard 
Best Navy 



Per Bale, $4 50 
" S 00 



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"Jenkins" Standard Packing. 



'Jenkins" Patent Stem Packing. 





"Jenkins" Standard. Packing. 



In presenting the Jenkins' Standard Packing to steam users we are not offering an entirely new Packing, but a packing 
that has been severely tested in all positions and under all actions of steam, super-heated steam, oils, acids, etc., and //as never failed 
to make a perfect joint under all conditions when property applied. Jenkins' Standard Packing will stand more heat and press- 
ure than any Packing made, and is particularly adapted to high pressure expansion joints. 

Jenkins' Standard Packing can be made any thickness desired. If you have only thin packing on hand, by placing two or 
more thicknesses together in a joint and allowing the heat to come in contact with Packing and following up joint it will amalgamate 
and become solid. We would ask as a trial to have you use the Jenkins' Standard Packing in the worst joint you have, and if, 
after following directions, it is not what we claim, we will refund the money. 

We keep in stock the following thicknesses : 



Inches. 
Average weight sq. yard, lbs. 



1/32 
3 



1/16 
6 



3/32 
10 % 



1/8 I 
12 ( 



Per Pound, $0 80 



"Jenkins" Patent Stem Packing- 



All users of Steam and Valves know how essential it is to have their Stuffing Boxes tight, so as to prevent the leaking of steam 
and the dripping of water or fluid upon the floor or carpet. 

After several years' experimenting, we have at last perfected a packing for Valve Stems which is meeting with great success 
among users of steam, who speak in the highest terms of its successful working. 

Coils 1/8 in. thick are suitable for 1/4, 3/8, and 1/2 in. Valves. Coils 3/16 in. thick are suitable for 3/4 and 1 in. Valves. Coils 
1/4 in. thick are suitable for 1 1/4, 1 1/2, and 2 in. Valves. 

Price ............... Per Pound, $1 25 

SEND FOR COMPLETE CATALOGUE OP "JENKINS" PACKINGS. 



Round and Square Rubber Packing. 





SQUARE. EOTTND. 

This packing is made in lengths of 12 feet each, and of the best quality cotton, duck, and rubber 
Round and Square Standard . . Per Pound, $ . . . . | Square, with Rubber Back . 



Per Pound, $ 



Sheet Rubber Packing. 




1/32 inch Thick 

1/16 >■ 

3/3 2 ' ' and Thicker 



Inches, 1/32 
Pounds, 2 1/2 



Cloth Insertion. Rubber Outside. Cloth Insertion, Cloth on one or both sides. 



Average Weight Per Square Yard. 

J / 16 3/32 1/8 

5 1/2 7 1/2 10 



Per Pound, $ 

$ 
$ 



3/i6 
15 



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Nos, S/O 
4 1/2 Feet Per Dozen, $5 20 
6 " " 675 



Bright Coil Chain. 



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2/0 





1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


4 5° 


4 00 


3 So 


3 00 


2 75 


2 65 


2 55 


2 45 


5 75 


S 00 


4 SO 


4 00 


3 60 


3 35 


3 20 


3 10 



Nos. .1/0 
Per 100 Feet, $7 75 



2/0 
6 75 



O 

6 00 



2 

4 65 



:< 
4 25 



4 

4 00 



5 25 
[Tor (li*> Price «•! GtalvanlsBeti <"h:iin. Double the l>i.-*t 

Close Link Coil Chain. 



3 90 



« 

3 80 




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Indies, 3/16 1/4 5/16 3/8 7/16 11 9/16 5/8 3/4 7/8 1 1 1/8 I 1,4 

rer Pound, 13 10 1/2 9 1/2 81/2 8 7 1/2 71/47 6 1/2 61/4 6 534 5 1/2 cts. 



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Trace Chains. 




Straight or Twisted. With Hook or Ring. 

No. 2. 6'/i Feet Long ........... Per Dozen Pairs, $9 00 



Jack Chain. 





No. 20. No. 18. 


No. 16. 


No. 15. 


No. 14. 


No. 13. 


Ii 


No. 12. 

•on. 


No. 10. 


No. 


8. No 


00, Safety. No. 


, Safety. 


Nos. 


5 


6 


7 


8 




9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


Per Dozen Yards, 


$3 20 


2 60 


2 20 


I 90 




1 65 


I 40 


I 20 


90 


75 


65 


Nos. 


15 


16 


17 


18 




19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


Per Dozen Yards, 


$0 SS 


50 


45 


42 




40 


38 


36 


34 


34 


34 










Grass. 












Nos. 


5 


6 


7 


8 




9 


10 


11 


12 


13 


14 


Per Dozen Yards, 


$9 00 


7 50 


6 25 


5 25 




4 50 


3 75 


3 20 


2 50 


2 05 


1 70 


Nos. 


15 


16 


17 


18 




19 


20 


21 


22 


23 


24 


Per Dozen Yards, 


$1 40 


1 25 


1 10 


1 00 




85 


70 


60 


55 


55 


55 










Brass 


Saiety. 












Nos. 


3-0 




2-0 






9 


1 




2 




3 


Per Dozen Yards, 


81 75 




2 25 




2 


50 


3 12 




4 68 




636 



Bright Machine Chain. 



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Nos. OOO 
Per 100 Feet, $18 00 




Short Close Link. 
00 o 1 

16 00 15 00 14 00 



2 

12 00 



3 

10 00 



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1/4 
2 5° 


JS"""*) 


3/8 
6 00 


7/16 
8 00 






T . , . «gU^ 




Size, Inch, 3/16 
Per Gross, $2 00 


Wrought Iron. 

5/16 
4 00 


1/2 
10 00 



Connecting Shackles. 










THOMPSON'S PATENT. 












Size of Iron, Inch, 1/4 


5/i6 


3/8 


7/l6 1/2 9/16 


5/8 


11/16 


3/4 


7/8 


1 


Per Dozen, $2 50 


2 63 


2 75 


2 87 3 10 3 38 


3 62 


4 00 


4 25 


6 00 


7 25 



Malleable Swivels. 



For Halter Ropes, % Inch 

" " " H " 




Per Dozen, $0 75 
75 



Spiral Lariat, Picket or Tent Pin. 




Something new. Screws in and out of the ground. No hammering or pounding, as with the old-fashioned straight pin. A 
child can screw and unscrew it in the ground, and it cannot be pulled out. 



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Per Dozen 



$7 50 



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"DALEY'S" OR "TOWER'S" 

IMPROVED PATENT 

Adjustable Handcuffs and Leg-Irons. 

'Daley's" Handcuffs and. Leg-Irons. "Tower's" Handcuffs and Leg-Irons. 





For Three Hands. 



For Three Hands. 





The great improvements which have been made in these goods, both in style and workmanship, warrant lis in offering them 
to the trade, and to the Army and Navy, Sheriffs, Police, H 'aniens, Jailors, Detectives, and all Criminal Officers, as in all respects 
what is needed for the better securing of prisoners. They combine, with the greatest Strength and Security, tile important advan- 
tages of The Adjustable Shackle, by which limbs of all sizes are closely fitted, preventing wholly the liability of slipping off, so 
frequent with tbe old styles, as well as the chafing and injuries caused by using those too small. 

The Bolts and Keys are steel, and the lock so arranged as to effectually guard against picking. 



Handcuffs, Polished . 

for Three Hands, Polished 
Leg-Irons, Polished . . . . 



isst of Daley's* 


or Tower's G-ood*. 




>er pair, $4 00 1 


Handcuffs, Extra Finish and Nickel-Plated 


Per pair, $4 75 


" 6 00 { 


" for Three Hands, " " 


7 00 


6 oo 


Leg-Irons, Extra Finish and " " 


7 00 



Wrist Shackles. 



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Per Dozen 



$18 00 



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"Weston's" Patent Differential Pnlley Blocks. 



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PRICE LIST 

OF 

Direct Blocks. 



Capacity 


Xton. 


H 


1 


I# 


2 


3 


Price, Complete 


$1300 


15 00 


20 00 


25 00 


30 00 


40 00 


Chain, per Foot 


$036 


038 


40 


42 


044 


048 


Top Sheaves . 


$150 


2 00 


250 


3 50 


500 


650 


Bottom Sheaves . 


$075 


1 00 


125 


150 


2 00 


300 


Regular Length Chain . 


22 ft. 


26 


30 


33 


36 


38 


Hoists (See Note) . 


6 ft. 


7 


8 


S'A 


9 


9'A 


Weight, Complete . 


22 lbs. 


30 


51 


81 


122 


173 



LENGTH Oif CHAINS. Allow aljoiil 1 feet 

of Chain for eaoli foot »»r Hoist. 

NOTE. — Figures on the seventh line denote approximate height 
which blocks with regular lengths of chain, will hoist from level 
on which operator stands. 



price j. 1 si- 



Geared Blocks. 





PRICF, 

Complete 

Willi 

Chains 
Regular 
Lengths. 


CHAINS. 


HOIST. 

Above. 






«n:rtlt 


LENGTH. 


PRICE 
of Km Ira 

Main 

Chain. 

Per Foot. 


WBIOBT, U? 




Maiu 

Chain. 


Han.l 

Chain 


Complete. 


1 ton 


$35 00 


22 ft. 


16 ft. 


$0 40 


8 ft. 


62 lb J 


j " 


45 00 


■M " 


is •• 


44 


9 " 


109 •• 1 


3 " 


60 00 


26 " 


20 " 


48 


10 " 


159 " m 


4 " 


80 00 


28 " 


22 " 


54 


II " 


257 " * 


5 " 


no 00 




24 ■' 


60 


12 " 


324 " (5 


6 " 


150 00 


32 " 


26 " 


70 


'3 " 


493 " 


8 " 


210 00 


36 " 


2S " 


85 


14 '• 


735 •• 1 


10 " 


275 00 


40 " 


3° " 


1 00 


16 " 


1054 •• ' 



LENGTH OF OHAINR — lA.i- eaok Ibot of Hoist :>i :■ • w '-' 1 B tool t>i Main r],.un. an. I 
■~i loot 01 Hand Cliain. 



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Extra 1 1 a ml Chain 



Per l'oot, $0 38 



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"White's" Patent Gyrating Chain Hoists. 



THE MANUFACTURERS CLAIM FOR IT THE FOLLOWING POINTS: 

1st. — It weighs less than any other Hoist of equal power, hence is more easily carried. One 
workman can comfortably carry a 3,000-lb Hoist. Bridge and roof constructors appreciate this. 

2d. — Its parts being entirely covered, are protected from dust, rain, etc., hence durability, and 
absence of gummed oil and dirt, the parasites of all other hoists. 

3d. — It will lift nearer its point of suspension than any other Hoist, therefore no blocking up 
of load to take a new position and fresh lift. 

4th. — Its construction enables lifting to be done at either end of the chain, an impossibility 
v with worm Hoists, their center of suspension and center of weight being so far apart, hence just one- 
half of the chain movement and a large percentage of time saved, as one end is always down and 
ready for its load when the other end is up with its load. 

5th. — Its peculiar construction distributes the wear over all parts of the machine, while in 
worm Hoists all the wear is thrown on the worm. 

The "White " Hoist not only combines all the good features claimed by the other Hoists, but 
the merits set forth specifically for it above in addition, place it beyond their competition. 

We warrant every Hoist to have been inspected by us, both apart and when put together, and 
tested by actual lifting to its marked capacity. We stand ready to take back any Hoist that should 
not prove all we have stated it to be, and to refund the amount paid for it 

All parts of our Hoists are fitted to templates, and in case any piece should want to be renewed 
we are prepared to furnish it ready to fit in the place of the old piece, thus saving the expense of 
sending it to a machine shop for repairs. The Hoist is easy to take apart and put together, so that 
every part can be readily examined whenever deemed necessary. 

To furnish a new piece we have to know only the capacity or class of the Hoist, its manufac- 
turing number, which is conspicuously stamped on every Hoist before it leaves our works, and the 
number of the piece as per description below. 

PRICK LIST OIT HOISTS. 



CLASS. 


CAPACITY 
TO LIFT. 


Clear Heights 
of Lift. 


A 


500 lbs 


8 ft. 


B 


I,O0O " 


8 " 


C 


2,000 " 


8 " 


D 


3,000 " 


8 " 


E 


4,000 " 


9 " 


G 


6,0O0 " 


10 " 



Weight of Machine 
including Chains. 

26}i lbs. 
44 " 
54*" " 
90X " 



PRICE. 


CLASS. 


$22 SO 


H 


25 00 


K 


30 00 


L 


40 00 


M 


60 00 





75 00 





CAPACITY 
TO LIFT. 



8,000 lbs 
IO.OOO " 
I2,OCO " 
16,000 ' ' 
20,000 " 



Clear Heights 
of Lift. 



IO ft. 
12 " 
12 " 
12 " 
12 " 



Weight of Machine 
including Chains. 



TRICE. 

$ 95 00 
140 00 



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Overhead Railways. 



Double Wheel Safety Carrier tor Hand Hoists and. Differential Blocks. 




The advantages of a system of Overhead Railways in Machine Shops, 
Factories, Stores and Warehouses, are acknowledged by all leading manufacturers. 
The saving of time and labor in transporting loads from one place to another, the 
gaining of floor space and all possible head room, which would otherwise be 
obstructed by tracks of Railways or Hand Trucks, will in a short time repay the 
cost of the plant. 

The accompanying illustration shows a Double Wheel Safety Guard Trolley 
or Carrier, which is recommended as perfectly safe and reliable ; being provided 
with a wheel at the bottom of the rail, it will not lurch or jump, but run smoothly 
under a pull from below. 



Fitted to be used with % x 3 inch flat iron rail. 



Price 



$7 50 



Heavy Wrought Strap Swivel Hook, Hoist Wheel. 





Hameter ..1 Wheel IS in. Width ..1 Score L 1/4 In. Suitable ft>r Rope 1>i In. Diameter. 



Fig. 1 shows the Hoist Wheel complete, ready for use. 

Pig. 2 the Wheel only, showing the Roll or Bushings in the center of the Hub, etc. 

These Wheels are specially adapted for use in Furniture, Grocery" and Feed Stores, by Farmers, Carpenters and Bnilders, Ice 
and Fish Dealers, and by any one who has light hoisting to do. 

They are hanky to put OF and CHANGS from place to place, and having a LARGE DIAMETER and being ROLLER bushed, the 
load is raised with greater ease and more quickly than by the plain wheel or the ordinary block. 



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Price 



Each, S3 50 



348 



Blocks. 



ROPE STRAPPED. 



IRON STRAPPED. 





TRIPLE. LOOSE HOOK. LOOSE HOOK. 

Style No. 3. Style No. 7. style No. 8. 

PRICES AND DESCRIPTION. 



LOOSE HOOK. 
Style No. 9. 



Iron Strapped. Blocks. 



i¥ 


* >£ 


"** 


2» 


x H 


t# 


3 


X % 


<-y» 


?,% 


it % 


t'A 


5 


xi Mi 


■ ! s 


6', 


xi« 


«# 


8 


xiH 


<# 


95* 


xij* 


<u 


1 


XI^ 


* 7 A 









3 Inches. 

4 

5 

6 



14 
16 



$0 60 
70 

90 

1 10 

1 °S 

2 50 

3 25 

4 25 
6 25 



00 
25 
75 
00 

85 
25 
85 
25 
10 50 



$1 60 

2 00 
2 25 
2 90 

4 25 

5 5° 
8 00 

10 75 
15 00 



00 
20 
25 
50 
25 
30 
25 
5° 
75 



Si 85 
2 25 
2 35 
2 85 

4 15 

5 80 
7 75 
9 75 

13 00 



$2 75 
3 25 

3 50 

4 40 
6 00 
8 50 

11 50 
15 00 
20 00 




Snatch Blocks. 





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Rope Strapped 


Blocks. 








DIMENSIONS. 


PLAIN SHEAVE. 


PATENT SHEAVE. 


Size Sheave. 


For Diani. Rope. 


Size Shell. 


Single. 


Double. 


Triple. 


Single. 


Double. 


Triple. 


i&x %,*y % 


X 


3 Inches. 


«° 55 


$0 95 


$1 45 


$0 90 


Si 75 


$2 50 


2'A* H*H 


K 


4 " 


65 


I 15 


1 75 


I 10 


2 00 


3 00 


3 x %*y % 


H 


5 " 


75 


1 45 


2 00 


I 20 


2 30 


3 30 


yA* %*% 


H 


6 " 


95 


1 75 


2 60 


1 45 


2 75 


4 00 


5 xi^x^ 


% 


S " 


1 40 


2 60 


3 75 


2 10 


3 85 


5 50 


6#xi"4:x^ 


i'A 


10 " 


2 20 


3 95 


S 00 


3 15 


5 75 


8 00 


8 xi^x^ 


itf 


12 " 


3 00 


5 50 


7 5° 


4 25 


7 50 


ii 00 


9Kxl^x# 


iA 


14 " 


4 00 


7 00 


10 50 


5 50 


10 00 


14 50 




Clasp Closed. 



WOOD SIDES. 



Clasp Opened. 



Clasp Opened. 



AT.T. IRON. 



Clasp Closed. 



For Diam. Rope. 


Size Shell. 


Price. Each. 


For Diam. Rope. 


Size. 


Price, Each. 


7 A 


6 Inches. 


$3 6° 


'A 


6 Inches. 


$3 90 


% 


7 " 


4 00 


% 


7 " 


4 50 


1 


8 " 


5 00 


1 


8 " 


5 50 


i'A 


9 " 


6 00 


'•A 


9 


6 50 


l H 


10 " 


7 00 


iX 


10 " 


8 25 


iK 


12 " 


8 00 


'A 


12 " 


10 00 


iK 


14 " 


10 00 


1* 


14 " 


12 00 


2 


16 " 


12 00 


2 


16 " 


15 00 



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5/8 to 2 Base. 

a 1/8 " 3 i cent per lb extra 

3 i/8 " 4 I 5/io 

4 i/S " 5 2 

5 i/8 " 6 2 5/10 

6 1/8 '« 7 3 

7 1/8 " 8 3 5/10 



Price List of Steel. 

Tool Steel. 

Round, Square and. Octagon. 
9/16 to 1/2 . 



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349 



5/10 cent per lb extra 



s to 9/16 in. wide x 2 to 5/8 in 

1/8 x 3/16 . 

1/8 x 1/4 . 

1/8 x 5/16 . 

1/8 x 3/8 . . . 

1/8 x 7/16 to 1/2 

1/8 x 9/16 to 7 

1/8 x 7 1/8 to 8 

3/16 x 1/4 . 

3/16 x 5/16 . 

3/i6 x 3/8 . 

3/16 x 7/16 to 5/S. 

3/l6 X Il/l6 " 2 . 

3/16 X 2 1/8 " 7 

3/16 x 7 1/8 " S . 

1/4 x 5/16 " 3/8 

1/4 x 7/16 " 5/8 

1/4 x 11/16 " 2 

1/4 x 2 1/8 " 7 

1/4 x 7 1/8 " 8 . 



3/4 to 3 inches. 

3 1/8 " 4 

4 1/8 " 5 

5 1/8 "6 

1/2 " n/16 " 



cts. per lb ex 



thick. Base. 

20 

15 

8 
4 
3 
2 

3 

5 

4 

3 

2 

1 5/10 

1 

2 

2 

1 5/10 

1 5/10 

1 

2 

Crucible Machinery. 

Rnunils and Siinave*. 



7/16 to 3/S 








1 


5/16 and 11/32 . 








2 


1/4 and 9/32 








3 


3/i6 








5 


5/32 








10 


1/8 








18 


5/16 x 3/8 to 


5/8 






■ 1 5/io 


5/16 x n/16 " 


8 






1 


3/8 x 7/16 " 


S . 






1 


7/16 x 1/2 " 


S 






1 


1/2 x 9/16 " 


8 . 






1 


9/16 x 21/8" 


8 






1 


9/16 to 2 in 


X 


5/8 to 2 in. 





5/S "2 in. 


x 2 


i/S • 


' 7 in. 


1 


5/S " 1 3/4 


x 7 


1/8 


' S 


1 


17/8 "2 


x 7 


1/8 ' 


' S 


1 5/io 


21/8 "3 


x 2 


1/8 ' 


' 5 


1 


21/S "3 


X5 


1/8 


' 8 


1 5/io 


3 1/8 "4 


X3 


1/8 


' 6 


• 1 5/io 


3 1/8 "4 


x6 


1/8 ' 


' 8 . 


2 


41/8 "5 


X4 


1/8 


' 7 


. 2 


4 1/8 "5 


X7 


1/8 ' 


! 8 


25/10 


51/8 "6 


X5 


1/8 


' | 


• 2 5/10 


61/8 "7 


x6 


1/8 


' 7 


3 


6 1/8 " 8 


X7 


1/8 ' 


1 8 


• 3 5/'o 



5/10 cents per lb extra 



Base. 

5/10 cent extra 



• 5/io 
2/10 



5/10 cent extra 



3/8 to 7/16 inches .... 

5/16 and 11/32 " 1 

1/4 and 9/32 " 1 5/10 " 

3/16 3 " " 

Flats, one-half the extras of the flat tool steel classification. 



Machinery Steel. 



3/4 
3 1/8 
41/8 

1/2 

1 1/4 
1 1/4 
, 1/4 

1 1/4 
3/4 

I I 



1 1/4 



1 1 I 



11/4 



to 3 

"4 
" 6 



inches, inclusive. 



II/16 



Base. 

3/10 cent extra 
1 " 

2/10 " " 



Bonnde and Squares. 

3/8 to 7/16 inches 
5/16 and 11/32 " 
i/4 " 9/32 



3/10 cent extra 
5/10 " 
7/10 " 



inches and wider x 3/8 to 
" " X 1/4 to 

" " x 9/16 and 7/32 

" x i/S and 5/32 



M...-liiti.M-v 

1 inch thick. Base. 
5/16 " " I/I0 cent extra 
•• 2/10 " 
•■ 3 I0 .. 



to 1 t/8 in. x 1/4 to 1 
•' 1 1/8 " \ 3 16 and 7/32 



2/10 
3 10 



Flats. 

3/4 in. to 1 1/8 inches x 1/8 and 5/32 in. thick 



3/8 
3/8 
3/8 
3/8 

1 14 



5/8 
5/8 

5/8 
1 1/8 



x 1/4 to 1/2 •' 
X 3 '6 and 7/32 " 
xi/8 - 5/32" 
x 1/16 '• 3 3a " 
x 1/16 " 3 32 •' 



5/10 cent extra 

3/«o 

5/JO 

7/«o 



Tiro Steel, Round Edge. 

inches and wider x 3/8 to 1 inch thick. E 

Bxtns same as Flat Machinery Extras 

To. -Calk Steel. 

Inches and wider \ 3 8 to 1 inch thick. Base. 

Kxtras same as Flat Machinery Extras 

Sleigh Shoe Steel. 

inches and wider x 3 8 to 1 inch thick. Base. 

Kxtras same as flat Machinery Kxtras. 



Spring Steel, I-'lai. 
I 1/4 to 4 in. x No. 4 gauge to 1 2 in inclusive. Base 



7/8 
3/4 
3/4 

3/8 

3/8 



and 1 1 8" 

to 3 " 

" 3 " 

" 3 

" l 

" 5/8" 

" 5/8" 



• 1 

' 5 
' B 

• 11 
17 
10 
17 



gauge 



10 
16 
20 
16 
20 
24 



2/10 cL ex. 

5 '0 
I 

2 

3 5 10 
4 
5 
6 



For STEEL TLATES. See Pace jm 



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Pacific Coast Agents for the Sale of "R. Mushets' Special Steel.' 

NEITHER HARDENING OK TEMPERING REaOTRED. 



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Price CniTent Iron. 



Refined Iron 



cts. Base. Burden Best and Ulster Iron 

Norway and Swedes Iron ets. Base. 



cts. Base. 



H:ise Sizes, Rounds and Squares, 3/4 .to J3 Inches, Flats, 3/© to 1 x 1 to 4- Indies. 
For Extra Sizes add to Base I*riees as Follows. 



ROUND AND SQUARE REFINED. 


BAND IRON 


REFINED. 


3/16 inch .... Advance on Base Sizes 


4 cts. 


1 1/2 to 6 by No. 9 to 


3/16 . Advance 5/10 cts. 


1/4 " . . . . " 


t 11 


2 " 


1 1/2 " 6 " Nos. 10 " 


12 . . ' 


7/10 ' 




5/"6 "..-.. 


1 u 


I 1/2 " 


I "1 3/8 " No. 9 " 


3/i6 ■ 


6/10 ' 




3/8 and 7/16 inch . . " 


1 (i 


I " 










1/2 " 9/16 " . . " ' 


• 


1/2 " 


1 "1 3/8 " Nos. 10 " 


12 


8/10 ' 




5/8 " 11/16 " . . " 


, ,, 


1/4 " 


7/8 and 13/16 " No. 9 " 


3/'6 ■ 


9/10 ' 




2 1/8 to 2 3/4 " . . 


i .1 


1/4 " 


7/8 " 13/16 " Nos. 10 " 


12 . . ' 


1 1/10 ' 




3 "3 '/4 " • • " 


1 " 


1/2 " 

3/4 " 
1 " 


3/4 " 11/16 " No. 9 " 


3/i6 • 


1 2/10 ' 




3 1/2 " . . 

3 5/8 "4 " . . " 


. 


3/4 " 11/16 " Nos. 10 " 


12 . ■ 


1 4/10 ' 




4 1/4 " 4 i/ 2 " ■ • 


. 


1 1/4 " 


5/8 " 9/16 " No. 9 " 


3/>6 . 


1 5/10 ' 




4 5/8 "5 ■ " 


. 


1 1/2 " 


5/8 " 9/16 " Nos. 10 " 


12 . . ' 


1 7/10 ' 




5 1/4 and 5 1/2 " . . 


• 11 


2 


1/2 inch by No. 9 to 3/16 . 




1 8/10 ' 




5 3/4 "6 " 




3 


1/2 " " Nos. 10 " 12 




2 ' 




FLAT REFINED IRON. 




HOOF IRON 


REFINED. 


1/4 and 5/16 by 1/2 inch . Advance 


2 cts. 


1 1/4 to 4, Nos. 13 to 15 . 


. Advance 1 4/10 cts. 


1/4 " 5/16 " 5/8 "... 


1 1/2 " 


1 1/4 " 2, " 16 " 18 




1 s/10 ' 




1/4 " 5/16 " 3/4 and 7/8 . 


1 


I 1/4 " 2, No. 19 . . 




1 6/10 ' 




1/4 " 5/16 " 1 to 5 


1/2 " 


1 1/4 " 2, "20 . . 




1 7/10 ' 




1/4 " 5/i 6 " 5 i/4 to 6 


1 " 










3/8 " 7/16 " 1/2 . . 


2 


1 1/4 " 2, " 21 . 




1 8/10 ' 




3/8 to 9/16 " 5/8 .. . 


1 1/4 " 


1 1/4 " 2, " 22 




1 9/10 




3/8 " 5/8 " 3/4 and 7/8 . 


1 


1 and 1 1/8, Nos. 13 to 15 




1 6/10 ' 




3/8 "1 "4 1/4 to 6 


1/2 " 


1 " 1 1/8, " 16 " 18 . 




1 7/10 ' 




1 1/8 " 1 1/2 " 1 3/4 " 4 • 


1/2 " 


1 " 1 1/8, " 19 and 20 . 




1 8/10 ' 




1 1/8 " 1 1/2 " 4 1/4 " 6 " 


3/4 " 


1 "1 i/8, No. 21 




1 9/10 ' 




1 5/8 "2 " 2 1/2 " 4 ■ 


1 " 


1 " 1 1/8, "22 . . 




2 ' 




1 5/8 "2 "4 1/4 " 6 


1 1/2 " 


7/8, Nos. 13 to 15 
7/8, " 16 " 18 . 
7/8, " 19 and 20 




1 8/10 

1 9/10 

2 ' 










ANG-LE REFINED IRON. 




7/8, No. 21 
7/8, " 22 . 




2 1/10 ' 

2 2/10 ' 




1/8 by 3/4 to 1 inch .... Advance 


3 cts. 


3/4, Nos. 16 to 18 . 




2 3/10 ' 




1/8 " 1 1/4 and wider . . . . " 


2 1/2 " 


3/4, " 19 and 20 




2 4/10 




3/16 " 7/8 and 1 inch .... 


21/2 " 


3/4, No. 21 .... 




2 5/10 




3/16 " 1 1/4 and wider " 


1 1/2 " 


3/4, " 22 . 




2 6/10 




1/4 " 1 inch and wider .... 

3/8 and thicker, all widths . . " 


1 1/2 " 










1 " 


5/8, Nos. 16 to 18 




2 8/10 








5/8, " 19 and 20 




2 9/1O ' 








5/8, No. 21 ... 
5/8, " 22 . 




3 

3 1/1° 










OVAL, HALF OVAL AND HALF ROUND 


5/8, " 23 




3 2/10 








1/2, Nos. 16 to 18 . 




3 2/10 




REFINED. 




1/2, " 19 and 20 . 




3 4/io 






2 1/2 cts. 


1/2, No. 21 ... 




3 5/io 




1/2 " 


2 " 






3 6/10 






" 


I l/2 " 


1/2, " 23 . 




3 7/io ' 





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Continued from Page 350. 



35 r 



GALVANIZING- HOOP IRON - . 


GALVANIZING BAND IRON. 


5/8 inch, Advance per Pound . -4 T /4 cts. 


All Sizes, Advance per Pound . . .2 3/4 cts. 


3/4 " ...... , 4 




7/8 • 3 3/4 " 




1 " ■ ■ 3 1/2 " 


GALVANIZING BAR IRON. 


1 1/8 " • • • 3 i/4 " 

1 >/4 " 3 


Standard Sizes .... Per Pound, 2 cts. 




NORWAY AND SWEDES IRON. 


BURDEN'S BEST AND ULSTER IRON". 


Nail Rods ..... Advance 1 3/4 cts. 


r 1/4 and 5/16 inch . . Advance 1 1/4 cts. 


Spike 3/8 . . . . "1 

" " 1/2 . . . ". " 1/2 " 


1 3/8 " 7/16 " . . " 1/2 " 
bounl-s.^ l/2 „ 5/g ., _ „ l/4 .. 


Shoe Shape, 1/2 x 3/4 and 7/8 . . . Base Price. 


1 2 1/8 to 3 " . . . " 3/4 " 


Balance of sizes of Norway advance over Norway Base 


Oval, Half Oval and Half Round . " 3/4 " 


same as Refined Iron. 



Blue Annealed, Nos. 14 to 16 

C. H. No. I Plate, No. 12 to 1/2 inch 



PLATE IRON. 
PBICE GrVEN ON APPLICATION. 



Per Pound. 
cts. 



C. H. No. 1 Flange . 

Boiler Heads C. H. No. 1 Flange 



ROLLED BEAMS AND CHANNELS. 



I Beams, Iron ..... 

I " Steel ..... 
Bulb Deck Beams, Iron .... 

Steel 
Bulb Angle " Iron .... 

Steel 
Channel Bars, Iron .... 

Channel Bars, Steel .... 

Base Sizes are 30 feet and shorter. 



Per Pound. 
cts. 



Per Pound. 
cts. 



Lengths over 30 feet and not over 35 feet 

" 35 40 " 

" 4o 45 " 

Punching or Drilling, without other work 
For Framing, Beveling Ends, Milling, Cambering, or 
any other work, other thau Drilling or Punching 
Punching or Drilling, including other work 
Painting ...... 



Per Pound. 

• i/4 ct. 

1/2 " 

• 3/4 " 
1/10 " 



«/4 

3/io 

1/10 



Price List Steel. 

Continued from Page 349. 
STEEL PLATES. 
PRICES ON APPLICATION. 



Tank Steel . 
Ship Plate Steel 
Girder " 
Shell " 



Per Pound. 
cts. 



Flange Steel 
Fire Box " 
Marine Boiler Steel 
Steel Boiler Heads 



SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO OUR STOCK OF 

POLISHED STEEL SHAFTING 



Per Pound. 
cts. 



V. 



PISTONS. SPINDLES. ETC. 

PRICES OIVEN ON APPLICATION. 
Perfectly Bound «nd True Q«uge. **»&} tor uae. no turning nocMMUT. 

We keep in stock 38 to 3 in., advancing above one inch diameter by 1/16 of an inch. 



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Weight of 


Iron. 
















WEIGHT OF FLAT IRON, PER FOOT. 


Weight of Round Iron, 
Per Foot. 


Weight of 

Square Iron. 

Per Foot. 


Weight of 
Sheet Iron, 
f, Square Ft. 


Weight of 
Plate Iron, 
"® Square Ft. 


Size. 


X 


ft 


ft 


ft 


X 


% 


1 


I* 


ift 


In. 


Lbs. 


In. 


Lbs. 


In. 


Lbs. 


No. 


Lbs. 


In. 


Lbs. 


I 


•83 


1-25 


1.66 


2.0S 


2.50 


2.91 


3-33 


4.16 


5.00 


X 

n 

'A 
ft 
X 
ft 

1 

ift 

ift 
ift 
ift 
iH 


.163 
.368 

•654 
1.02 
1.47 
2.00 
2.61 

3-31 
4.09 

4-94 
5-89 
6.91 


1* 

ift 
2 

2ft 

2'A 
2ft 
2'A 

2ft 
*X 

2ft 
3 

i'A 


8.01 
9.02 
10.47 
11.82 
1325 
14.76 
16.36 
18.03 
19.79 
21.63 
23-56 
32.07 


X 
ft 
'A 

ft 
X 
'A 
1 

i* 

ift 
iX 

2 

2X 
2ft 

3 

i'A 
4 

4K 


.208 

.468 

.833 
1.30 
1.87 
2-55 
3-33 
5- 20 

7-5° 
10.20 

I3-30 
16.80 
20.80 
30.00 
40.80 
53-30 
6750 


5 
6 

7 
8 
9 
10 
11 
12 
14 
16 
18 
20 
22 
24 
25 
26 
27 


8.74 
8.12 
7-50 
6.86 
6.24 
5-62 
5-oo 
4.38 
3.12 
2.50 
1.86 
i-54 

1-25 

1. 00 

•90 
.80 
•7o 


1/8 

3/i6 

i/4 

5/i6 

3/8 

7/16 

1/2 

9/16 

5/8 

3/4 

7/8 

1 


5-054 


I* 


1.04 


1.56 


2.08 


2.60 


3.12 


3.64 


4.16 


5.20 


6.25 


7.578 


ift 


'•25 


1.87 


2.50 


3.12 


3-75 


4-37 


5.00 


6.25 


7-5° 


10.00 


iH 


1-45 


2.18 


2.91 


3.64 


4-39 


5- 10 


5-8 3 


7.28 


8.75 


12.50 


2 


1.66 


2.50 


3-33 


4.16 


5.00 


5.83 


6.66 


8.32 


10.00 


15.00 


2ft 


2.08 


3- 12 


4.16 


5.20 


6.25 


7.29 


8-33 


10.41 


12.50 


17-50 


3 


2.50 


3-75 


5.00 


6.25 


7-5° 


8.75 


10.00 


12.50 


14.99 


20.00 


3 '4 


2.91 


4-37 


5.83 


7.29 


8.75 


10.20 


11.66 


14-57 


17-49 


22.50 


4 


3-33 


5.00 


6.66 


s.32 


10.00 


11.66 


'3-33 


17.00 


19.99 


25.00 


4ft 


3-74 


5.62 


7-SO 


9-36 


11.25 


13.12 


1500 


18.74 


22.50 


30.00 


5 


4.16 


6.25 


8.32 


10.40 


12.50 


14.5S 


16.66 


20.82 


25.00 


35-0O 


6 


5.00 


7- 50 


10.00 


12.50 


15.00 


17-5° 


20.00 


24.98 


29.99 


40.00 



^ 







Wei 


glit of Angle Iron 












Size, Inches. 1/ 


8 


3/16 


i/4 


5/16 


3/8 


7/16 


1/2 


9/16 


5/8 


11/16 


3/4 


13/16 


US 


6x6 
















19.2 


21.7 


24.2 


26.7 


29.2 


3>-7 


34-2 


4 X4 ... 
















9-5 


11. 2 


12.9 


14-5 


16.2 


17.9 


19-5 






3^3)4 
















8-3 


9-7 


11. 2 


12.7 


14. 1 


15-6 


17.0 






3X^-iX ... 
















7-7 


9.0 


10.4 


11. 7 


13- 1 


14.4 


15-8 






3 x 3 














5-9 


7.2 


8.4 


9-7 


10.9 


12.2 










2^X2^ ... 














5-4 


6.5 


7-7 


8.8 














iA.s.*A 














4-9 


5-9 


7.0 


8.0 














2# X 2# ... 








3-5 


4-5 


5-4 


6.4 


7-3 














2X2 








3-1 


4.0 


4.8 


5-6 
















I&XI& ... 




2 


1 


2.S 


3-5 


4-3 


50 
















ift x i'A 




1 


8 


2.4 


3-0 


3-6 


















i'A^.i'4 ... 1 





1 


5 


2.0 






















i%x.iyi . . 


9 


1 


4 


1.8 






















1 X 1 ... O 


8 


1 


2 


1.6 






















X* X ■ ■ ■ ■ 


6 





9 

























Weight of Cast Steel. 



FEAT STEEL, PER FOOT. 



Thick 



X 

ft 

> : 
ft 



■852 
1.27 
1.80 

2-13 

2-54 
2.9S 

3-40 



>'s 



•958 

"■43 
1.91 

2-39 
2.86 

3-34 
3-82 



iX 



1.06 
'•59 

2-13 

2.66 
3- 18 
3-72 
4.26 



1. 17 
■-75 
2-34 
2.92 
3-5o 
4.09 
4.68 



ift 



1.27 

1. 91 

2-55 
3-19 
3-82 
4-46 
5- 10 



iX 



1.49 
2.23 
2.98 
3-72 
4.46 
5-2i 
5-96 



1.70 

2-55 
3-40 
4.26 
5- 10 
5-96 
6.80 



2* 



1. 91 

2.87 

3-83 
4-79 
5-74 
6.70 
7.66 



2ft 



2-13 
3.20 
4.26 

5-32 
6.40 
7.46 
8.52 



Wide. 



SQUARE STEEL, PER FOOT. 



•213 

1% 

5-32 

2X 
17.20 



H 

•479 


•A 
•855 


H 

■•33 


X 
1.91 


ft 
2.61 


1 
340 


ift 
6.44 


ift 

7.67 


9.00 


10.34 


ift 

n.98 


2 
1363 


2ft 
19.17 


2% 

21.21 


2H 

23-41 


2X 

2,5-7') 


2% 
28.10 


3 
30.60 



1 Kin. 
4-34 

2'A 
15.80 

4 
54-40 



ROUND STEEL. PER FOOT. 



X 
.167 

'*. 
4.18 

2X 
13-51 



•376 


A 
.669 


H 

1.04 


X 

i-5o 


ft 
2.05 


I 

2.67 


ift 
5.06 


ift 

6.02 


7.07 


iX 
8.20 


1ft 
9.41 


2 
IO.7I 


2ft 
I5-05 


2X 
16.68 


2ft 
18.39 


2X 
20.I8 


2ft 
22.o6 


3 
24-23 



ift 
338 

2ft 

I2.05 











OCTAGON STEEL, PER 


FOOT. 












Size, Inches . . . 


ft 

.84 


ft 

!-23 


X 


ft 
2.25 


I 


ift 


iX 

4-55 


ift 

5-5o 


ift 

6-45 


'ft 

7-75 


iX 

9.20 


Ift 

10.04 


2 




i-75 


2-75 


3-66 


II.60 





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Corrugated Sheet Iron. 



353 




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Fig. I. 



Fig. 2. 



In AU cases where a permanent and fire-proof roof is desirable, this roofing is cheaper than any other. The advantages are : 

First. — It is absolutely fire-proof — much safer from fire than tin, because no sheeting is required. 

Second. — It will never wear out, if kept properly painted. 

Third. — It not only requires no sheathing beneath it, but buildings may be constructed with much lighter walls when it is 
used, because of its lightness. A square of shingle roofing weighs 700 or 800 pounds, while the weight of this roofing is only 120 
pounds per square. 

Fourth. — It may be readily removed from one building to another, as is not the case with any other roofing or siding. 

FIFTH. — It cau be easily, quickly and cheaply put on. Any person who can use a hammer and nails can do the work. 

Sixth. — The lightness of the material will render its freight cost much less than the freight cost of lumber. 

SEVENTH. — There is no instance of a corrugated iron building having been struck by lightning. 

Fig. I shows a building with a peaked roof, and if iron is required or an estimate wanted for such a roof, you should give the 
length of the line A B, and the length of the line B D ; or . in other words, the total length of the ridge-pole, including the 
projection at the gable, and the total length of the rafters, including the projection at the eaves. A slight examination of the figure 
will show precisely what is wanted. 

Com'bing Strip and Cap. 




Sec Fig. 2. 
STRIP. CAP - 

For the purpose of making the joint at the peak of a corrugated iron roof perfectly weather tight, a combing strip and cap is 
used. A strip of wood, five inches wide, made to fit the corrugations in the iron, is nailed on each side of the peak the whole length 
of the roof, filling the corrugations so that a flat surface of wood is formed, to which the sheet-iron cap is nailed. 

This cap is made as shown in the cut. and the whole forms a perfect and symmetrical comb to the roof. Wood strips are also 
used around doors and windows. 



Corrugated shoot Iron. 



26 

1,",::, 



Iron 



Wetffht per Square Foot when Laid : 

Wire Gauge, 16 18 20 22 24 

Pounds, 3,% 2f% i.Vs if% 'rYo 
Standard Sheets are 8x 2 Feet 

Standard Corrugations are 2' 2 Inch from center to center, \, 
Inch deep. 
Other widths and lengths made to order. 

PRICES FURNISHED ON AFFIJCATION 



We can fumiah the fbUowins : 



Per Pound, $ 



Black 

Painted " . . . ■ • • - 

Galvanized " ... • • • 

Kalameined " . . ■ ■ • • • 

Barbed Wire Kail is the most suitable for laying Corru- 
gated Iron. 1 '; lbs wul lay 100 Square Feet 



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Railroad Iron. 





16 



25 



30 



35 



40 



45 



5° 



56 



60 



Weight per Yard, lbs, 8 12 

Cts. per lb, 

Rails 30, 35, 40, 45, 50 and 56 lbs to the yard are rolled in 30 feet lengths ; 16, 20, 25 and 30 lbs to the yard, 24 feet lengths ; 
8 and 12 lbs to the yard, 20 feet lengths. 

It Requires for a Mile of Track of Two Rails : 

352 Rails in 30 Feet Lengths. ' 440 Rails in 24 Feet Lengths. 

377 " " 28 " " 528 " " 20 " 




Railroad Joint, with Fish Plate and Bolts Complete. 



Fish Plates and Chairs. 



6375 lbs Fish Plates per Mile, for 50 

53O0 " " " " " " 45 
2908 " " " " " " 30, 35 
2262 " " " " " " 25 

1615 " " 16 

275 " Chairs for 12 and 8 lbs Rails . 



Cts. per lb. 
and 56 lbs Rail, 

" 4° " " 



Fish Plate Bolts. 

Cts. Each. 
1450 Bolts, 3/4 X3 1/4 In., per Mile for 56 to 45 lbs Rail, 
1450 " 5/8 X23/4 " ' 35 "40 " " 

I45O " 1/2 X2 1/2 " " " " 30 

1780 " 7/l6x2 " ' 25 " " 

2I 5° " 3/8 x I 3/4 " " " " i6and20" " 



6000 lbs R. R. Spikes, 9/16x5 



4500 " 

4200 " 

3300 " 

2700 " 

2100 " 



1/2 x4 1/2 " 
7/16x4 1/2 " 
3/8 x 4 " 
3/8 X31/2" 
5/16x3 1/2 " 



Railroad Spikes. 

In., per Mile for 45 to 60 lbs Rail. Number in 100 lbs, 180 



Cts. per lb, 



35 " 40 ' 
25 " 3° 
16 " 20 
12 



100 
100 
100 
100 
100 



250 

334 
4S7 

59o 
857 



Track Iron. 

FOB. TRAMWAYS, Etc. 

Thickness, Inches, 1/4 and 5/16 3/8 1/2 1/4 and 5/16 3/8 1/2 1/4 and 5/16 3/8 1/2 1/4 and 5/16 3/8 1/2 
Width, Inches, 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/4 1 1/2 1 1/2 1 1/2 I 3/4 1 3/4 13/4 2 22 

Size of Holes, Inches, 1/4 5/16 3/8 1/4 5/16 3/8 1/4 5/16 3/8 1/4 5/16 3/8 

Punching and Counter-sinking 1/4 and 5/16 Iron ......... Cts. per Hole, 

3/8 " 1/2 " 

Other sizes punched and counter-sunK to suit any style of Spike, for which special rates will be charged, 

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Carriage aiid Wagon Axles. 



Average Weight of Axles. 



CONCORD. 



COMMON. 



355 



T\ 




Size of Bed. 
1% Inches, 

iyi 
i% 

i'A 
i% 
iti 
iH 
iH 
iK 
i 

2 
^A 

*A 



Length of Box 

6A Inches 
7 

6'A " 

7 ' " 
7 

7% " 

7'A " 
8 

&'A " 

8A " 
9 
9 

9% " 

9A " 

io " 

io<a " 

II " 

loA " 



Average Weight 
per Set. 
47 Pounds. 
49 " 

56 " 

57 " 
70 " 

73 " 



90 
104 
106 
122 
125 
154 
167 
212 
216 
245 
255 



Size of Bed, 
1 Inches. 
i'A 
i'A 

1% 

i'A 
iK 

iK 
iA 

T-tt 

iH 
*U 



2X 

2* 
2'A 

*A 

3 



Length of Box. 
6'A Inches. 
6A 
7 
7 

7A 
7A 
8 

7A 

8 

»A 
»A 

\a 



10 
10A 
10A 
11 



Average Weight 
per Set. 
43 Pounds. 
56 
5S 
71 
75 
86 
87 



103 
121 
124 
148 
150 
153 
200 
205 
250 
254 
3°i 
33° 
375 
460 



Above weights must not be considered the exact weight per set, but given as an aid in making estimates on work. 
Always measure from the inside of flange of the nut, to the inside of collar at the shoulder ; this gives the length of box. 



Concord Axles 



Per Pound, 



Common Axles 



Per Pound, 



Elliptic Springs. 





SEAT SPRING 



FULL ELLIPTIC BUTTON 



Avcviiirc Wciirln <>i Elliptic Springs per Pair. 



1 \ In 


3x34111, 


weigh about 28 lbs f> pair. 


1 ' . In. 4x^6 In., weigh about 42 lbs ',-' pair 


, |< In 


6x40 In., weigh about 77 lbs f> pair. 


; 


3x36 " 


" 30 " ' 




' 


1'.* 


• 4x3s •■ 


• 46 


2 


4x36 " 


' 54 " 




>', " 


4*34 " 


" 32 " ' 




1 


''.- 


• 5x36 " 


■ 5° 


2 


4x38 " 


' 60 " " 


1 


I* " 


4x36 " 


" 35 " ' 




' 


1 


• 5x38 " 


' 5' 


2 


4x40 " 


■ 65 


' 


iX ■■ 


4x38 •' 


., i6 ., . 




■ 




■ 4x36 •• 


' 50 


2 


5x36 " - 


• 69 '■ " 


' 


>H " 


3X34 " 


" 3' " ' 




' 


■ ¥ 


• 4x3s •■ 


' 53 


2 " 


5x38 " " 


• 76 " " 




iH " 


3x36 " 


" 33 " ' 




1 


i« 


■ 5x36 •• 


' 60 


2 


5x40 " 


' 79 " " 




iH " 


|x;,4 " 


" 37 " ' 




' 


i« 


• 5x3s ■• 


' 66 


2 " 


6x36 " 


' 79 




m " 


4x36 " 


" 39 " ' 




' 


>* 


■ 5x40 " 


' 69 


-' 


6x38 " 


• 85 " 




1 


3X34 " 


" 34 " ' 




' 


l K 


■ 6x36 •• 


' 69 


2 


6x40 " " 


'89 




4X34 " 


'• 40 " " " 


,= 4 •• 6x 3 s ■• ■■ 


' 75 









Scat SpriiiLrs. 



1 ', x 2 In, 
tXx3 " 

I'jX2 " 

1)4x3 " 



Length, 
Leaves, $ 



38 



per Pail-. 

30 32 Inch. 



Elliptic Sprintr*. per lb. 



1 % In., all Sizes, tnot Seat I 
1 ', " and Wider 



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Beaded Boot Calks and Calk Sets. 



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FOR LUMBERMEN. 



CAT.TT SETS. 





CAST STEEL. 



Small Ball Calks, in Boxes of ioo 
Medium " " " " " ioo 
Large " " " " " loo 



Per M, $6 00 
" " 7 oo 
" " 8 oo 



Medium and Large Heel Calks, in Boxesofioo Per M, $io oo 
Calk Sets . . . . -Per Dozen, 3 00 

Calk Set and Punch Combined . " " 5 00 



California" Pattern Steel Toe Calks. 



FOR HORSE AND MULE SHOES. 




Ill 




Nos. O to 6 in Stock. Put up in Boxes Containing 25 lbs each 




Per Pound, $0 12 



Horse and Mule Shoes. 





Horse Shoe, No. 2. Medium— Fore. Horse Shoe. No. 3, Heavy— Hind. 

Horse Shoes .... Per Keg, $ . . . | Mule Shoes 

WEIGHTS OW SHOES. 




Per Keg, $ 



HORSE SHOES. 


Light 
Pattern. 


Medium 
Pattern. 


Heavy 
Pattern. 


HORSE SHOES. 


Light 

Pattern. 


Medium 
Pattern. 


Heavy 
Pattern. 


No. 0. 


Fore .... 


12 OZ. 






No. 0. 


Hind .... 


10 OZ. 






No. 1. 




14 " 


17 OZ. 


19 OZ. 


No. 1. 




II " 


14 OZ. 


15 OZ. 


No. 2. 




17 " 


20 " 


23 " 


No. 2. 




14 " 


16 " 


IS " 


No. 3. 




20 " 


24 " 


26 " 


No. 3. 




I.S " 


20 " 


23 " 


No. 4. 




24 " 


2S " 


32 " 


No. 4. 




22 " 


24 " 


27 " 


No. 5. 




29 " 


34 " 


39 " 


No. 5. 




27 " 


29 " 


32 " 


No. 6. 




36 " 


41 " 


46 " 


No. 6. 




32 " 


35 " 


38 " 


No. 7. 






48 " 




No. 7. 


• 




38 " 






Ox Shoes. 



Nos. 1 2 3 4 5 

Full Length, 5 # 5K 5H ° °,V Inch. 

Weight, per Set of 8, 3 y/ 2 4 Si*' 6 Lbs. 



Mt. Caniiel, Greenfield and Sunset Brands . Per Pound, $ 



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Cotter Keys or Split Pins. Pointed. 




PRICK LIST. 



Number. 


Diameter. 
Inch. 


Length. 
Inches. 


Price 

per 1000. 


30 are 


13 Wire Gauge, 


3/32 


3/4 


$3 50 


31 " 


13 


3/32 


1 


4 00 


32 " 


11 " 


1/8 


1 


4 So 


33 " 


11 " 


1/8 


1 1/4 


S 00 


34 " 


7 


3/l6 


1 1/4 


7 00 


35 " 


7 


3/l6 


1 1/2 


7 75 


36 " 


4 


14 


1 3/4 


13 25 


37 " 


4 


14 


2 


14 SO 


38 •• 


1 " 


5/16 


2 


19 So 


39 " 


1 " 


5/l6 


2 1/2 


22 50 


40 " 


— 


3/8 


3 


25 00 



Pointed Belt Hooks. 



Nos. 4 
Per 1000, $14 00 



5 

11 00 




5 00 



(Hi) 



/UjSB^I^ 







< utr< 1* 101 Beltiug 
Awls 



Each, $1 25 
25 Cents. 



9 

4 00 



"BLAKE'S" 

Patent Belt Studs. 

FOR LEATHER AND RUBBER BELTS. 

PHICES. 

Nos. O© O 1 2 3 1 

Per 100, $2 50 2 00 1 65 1 25 0:90 o"8o | 




V. 



Round Steel Belt Coupling. 

Sue, 1/4 5/16 3/8 i/» 5/8 3/4 

List per Dozen Pairs, $2 00 2 50 300 400 600 900 

FOB COPPER RIVETS AND LACE LEATHES. SEE INDEX. 



10 

3 50 




7/8 ■ 

13 00 18 00 



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"Dixon's" Anierican Graphite Pencils. 




NOTE THE FOLLOWING : 

S.M. Soft Medium. Old No. 3. M. Medium. Old No. 3. 



No. 142. S.M. Round Shape, Finished Cedar 

No. 143. M. 

No. 246. " " " Red 

No. 374. No. 2. Hexagon " " Cedar 

No. §00. Round 

No. 968. No. 2. 



"Dixon's" Carpenters' Pencils. 




No. 410. 7 Inch. Oval Shape, Polished Cedar 

No. 511. 7 " Beveled Edges, 

No. 514. 7 " Oval Shape, White Wood 

No. 526. 7 " " " Black Finish 



'Dixon's" Lumber Pencils. 



I 



N9360. DIXON'S SQUARE LUMBER PENCIL 
PaperCover.jc/o,y. Dixon Crucible Co. Jersey C/fy,/v.J. 



rHE J.DIXON CRUCIBLE CO . JER SEY CITY. N.J. 



No. 360. Square Finish, 4j£ x '/, Inch. Black Lead 

No. 361. Hexagon 

No. 520. " " " " Red 

No. 521. " " " " Blue 



Per Gross, $5 00 

S 00 

2 50 

3 5° 

" 2 00 

" 3 00 



Per Gross, $3 50 
5 50 

2 50 

3 SO 



Per Gross, $8 00 

" 8 00 

" 9 00 

" 9 00 




Pencil Holder lor Marking Circles. 

TO BE ATTACHED TO DIVIDERS OR COMPASSES. 

This is one of the most complete things ill use. Easily adjusted and not at all liable 

to get out of order. 
Price ......... Per Dozen, $3 00 



Boiler Maker's Square Soapstone Pencils. 



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$2 00 



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"Lamberson's" Hardware Price Books. 




(POCKET EDITION.) 

Copyrighted 1884. 

aSO Pages. 4x7 Inches. 




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Copyrighted 18S5. 
BOO Paces- 6x8 13 Inobee 



This illustration gives a view of the small book The general 
plan is the same as in the large book, but the ruling and printing 
are on a smaller scale. The use of the leather tabs is dispensed 
with and the index is cut on the front edge. It is small enough 
to be carried in the pocket, without inconvenience, but the arrange- 
ment is so perfect that it will cover a very complete line of 
hardware. 

Full Leather, with, or -without Flap, 

AS OKDEE.ED. 



Price 



$4 00 



This illustration serves to show the general appearance of the 
large Price Book. Dealers who have copies of the first edition will 
observe that the old classification is abandoned, and the alphabet- 
ical arrangement adopted in its place. The names of different articles 
are printed at the upper corner of each page. The leather tabs 
with gilt letters on both sides give a ready reference to the begin- 
ning of each letter, and by turning the corners of the pages any 
item desired in that division can be very quickly found. 

On the first page opened to, by the tabs, will be found au 
INDEX for that particular letter, arranged with two spaces after 
each item, for additions of other goods in proper alphabetical order. 

Sizes of leading lines are printed, and in case of Rules and 
Planes comparative numbers are given. Lists are omitted for the 
obvious reason that they are liable to change, but forms are arranged 
so that lists may be added with pencil. Useful tables are inserted 
on Strap-hinges. Nuts and Washers, Wire, Rivets, Stocks and Dies, 
Rope and Nails 

The book is intended primarily for Salesmen, but it is no less 
useful to Buyers or Slock and Entry Clerks, and can be adapted 
to any purpose for which a price-book may be required. 

Full Leather, for Office or Store Use. 



Price 



$8 00 



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Steel Letters and Figures. 




Steel Letters. 

Sizes, To 1/8 In. 3/16 1/4 5/16 3/8 7/16 1/2 

Per Set, $3 00 4 50 5 50 7 00 10 00 12 00 13 50 

Steel Figures. 

Sizes, To i/S In. 3/16 1/4 5/16 3/8 7/16 1/2 

Per Set, $1 00 I 50 1 75 2 00 3 00 4 00 5 00 



"The Adanison" Branding Irons. 




These Brands will give better satisfaction, brand all articles sharper and deeper, and last longer than any other kind of 
Branding Iron ever made. Any name or number can be furnished J^ inch in size. They are compactly and mechanically 
constructed, and can be taken apart or put together again in a minute's time. 



For 5 
Price, Each, $1 00 



Holders. 



9 
1 So 



14 Letters. 
2 50 



Add for Letters or Numbers required, 10 cents each. 




Dies for Cutting 
Stencils, Shipping Marks, Etc., Etc. 



Letters and Figures Complete in a Box. 



Sizes, Inch, yi 
Per Set, $30 00 



X 

33 00 



35 00 



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Stencil Combination. 




Complete .Alplia'bet and. figures, Ink, Brush and. Sponge. 
Put up in Boxes of i Set. 



361 



Sizes, Inch, yi 


u 


1 


i* 


l# 


2 


Per Dozen Sets, $6 00 


6 so 


7 00 


9 00 


10 00 


12 00 



Interchangeable Lock Stencils. 




HEBE ILLUSTRATED. CONSISTS OF 10O PIECE8. 



Placed in a wooden l>ox leu ami one-half inches long, having a core with slots sawed in it one-fourth of an inch 
apart, keeping each character in an upright position, with sufficient space between to get at them conveniently. 



Sizes, Inch, % 
Per Set, $1 75 



PHU'K. COMPLETE. 

I 
2 00 



1% 
2 SO 



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"Cherry -Heat" Welding Compound. 




The Compound is a perfect protection to steel from any degree of heat obtainable in a smith's forge, and conse- 
quently, by its aid, many forgings of steel can be made at one heat, that, without it, would require three or more heats. 
It will perfectly restore "burnt" steel. 

The two properties last mentioned make the Compound of great value in the hands of careless or unskilled workers 
in steel. 

An admixture of the Compound with the molten metal, in the ladle, will purify and strengthen cast-iron. 
Broken castings can be re-united at a low heat with the Compound and cast-iron firmly united to either wrought- 
iron or steel. 



Price 



Per Pound, $0 30 



In Barrels 



White Chalk. 



Per Pound, $0 03 



White 



Blue 



JP r epared Chalk. 

IN BOXES OF TTAT.T GROSS. 

Per Gross, $1 00 | Red 

Per Gross, $1 75 



Per Gross, $1 50 



ConceiUraluil 



Borax. 

IK BOXES OF 100 POUNDS. 

Per Pound, $0 10 | Refined 



Per Pound, $0 12 



Refined 



Plumbago. 

Per Pound, $0 10 | XXX Float 



Per Pound, $0 15 



Dixon's Perfect Lubricator, in Cans or IO lbs. 1 

Per Pound $0 20 I Per Gross 



Dixon's Stove Polish. 



• *S So 



The Celebrated H. & h. 

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Axle Grease. 

Per Box (2 doz.) $3 00 | Pacific Graphite Perfection 



Per Box (2 doz.) $3 50 

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PRICK LIST OF GUNPOWDER 



Manufactured by "The California" Powder Works, 



363 



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SANTA CRUZ, CAL. 



Keg Powder. 


Canister 


Powder. 




Description. 


Nos. Grain. 


In Kegs. 


Ter Keg. 


Description. 


Nos. Grain. 


In 
Canisters. 


In 
Cases. 


Per Pound. 


Cabinet 


1,2, 3,4 a 5 


6% lb. 


5 5 5° 


Cabinet 


i,2,3,4&5 


I lb. 


12 lb. 


$1 00 


Eureka 


1.2, 3.4 & S 


6'X " 


4 00 


Eureka . 


1,2, 3,4 &5 


I " 


25 " 


70 


" ... 


1, 2,3,4 & 5 


12K " 


7 5° 


California Sporting 


1,2, 3 &4 


I " 


25 " 


60 


"... 


1,2, 3,4 & 5 


25 


14 00 


11 11 


1,2, 3 &4 


•X " 


25 " 


70 


California Sporting . 


1, 2,3 & 4 


6'A " 


3 00 


11 it 


1, 2, 3 &4 


A " 


12'A" 


70 


" " 


1,2, 3 &4 


12'A " 


5 25 


Quail Shooting . 


1, 2 and 3 


1 " 


25 " 


50 


11 <i 


1,2,344 


25 


10 00 


11 11 


1, 2 and 3 


A " 


25 " 


60 


Quail Shooting . 


1, 2 and 3 


6'X " 


2 25 


11 11 


1, 2 and 3 


'A " 


12'A " 


60 


" " . 


1, 2 and 3 


I2J4 " 


3 75 


Pacific Rifle . 


1 and 2 


1 " 


25 " 


50 


11 it 


1, 2 and 3 


25 


7 00 


it ti 


1 and 2 


A " 


25 " 


60 


Pacific Rifle 


1 and 2 


6'X " 


2 25 


11 11 


1 and 2 


A " 


12'A " 


60 


" " . . 


1 and 2 


12'A " 


3 75 


Valley Mills 


1, 2 and 3 


1 " 


25 " 


40 


" " 


1 and 2 


25 


7 00 


11 it 


1, 2 and 3 


K " 


25 " 


50 


Sea and River Shooting. 


3 and 4 


6'X " 


1 S7'A 


11 11 


1, 2 and 3 


K " 


I2>2 " 


50 


it ti 11 


3 and 4 


l2'/ 2 " 


3 25 


11 ii 


1 and 2 


X " 


I2K" 


65 


tt tt it 


3 and 4 


25 


6 00 


Pistol Powder 


Best Quality 


X " 


6X " 


I 00 


Valley Mills . 


1, 2 and 3 
1, 2 and 3 
1, 2 and 3 


6'X " 

12'A " 

25 


1 75 
3 00 
5 5o 












Cannon Gov. Proof 




25 


6 00 












Musket " " . 




25 


6 00 













Blasting and Mining Powder, in 25 lb Kegs, C, FC, FM, F, FF, FFF 

California Puse. 

, for submarine and wet ground blasting. 



$2 50 per Keg. 



Cement No. 2 

Cement No. 1, for all wet ground blasting. 

Triple Tape, for submarine and wet ground blasting 



Double Tape, for all wet ground blasting. 
Single Tape, for wet and dry ground blasting. 
Hemp, for dry ground, logs, etc. 



PRICK LIST OJf PBIMKKS. 



{j. No. 1 Winchester Improved Primers, adapted to 

' .32 Ex. Long, .32, .38, .40 and .44 Winchester, 

.38 Ex. Long, .44 Evans, .40-60 Marlin, and 

.45-70 Marlin, in quarter boxes, per M. . . $2 00 

&, No. 1 \i Winchester Improved rrimers, adapted 

™ to .32 S. & W., .32 Colt, .-2 Long, ..?2 Short, 

.38 Short, .38 M. & H., .38 Long Colt, I). A.. 

.38 vS. & W., .41 Colt, D. A.. .44 M. & H„ .45 

Colt, in quarter boxes, pel M. . . . $2 00 

Same size as No. 1. but thinner metal and more Eensltlve. 



No. •£ Winchester Improved Copper Primers, 
adapted to .41, .44 Bull-dog, .44 Webley, .44 
S. & W. Russ., .44 S. & W. Am., .44 Colt. .44 
Long, .45 Webley, .45 S. ci W., .50 Pistol, 
and Paper and Brass Shot Shells, in quarter 
boxes, per M. . . . . . $2 00 

No. '2' 2 Winchester Improved Primers, adapted 
'o all Military anil Sporting Cartridges, in 
quarter boxes, per M $2 00 

Same size as No. 2, but thicker metal and less sensitive. 



(fun Wiiils. 






BLACK l'.I) 


<;k. 


Per Dozen 
Muxes 


No. 


-I 




$3 50 


No. 


6 . . 




2 90 


No. 


7 and 8 




2 6o 


No. 


9 and 10 . 




2 30 


No. 


11 to 2© 




2 00 




PINK KlXiK. 



No. 


1 . 


No. 


6 


N.i. 


7 and 8 


No. 


!> and IO 


No. 


11 to 20 



it Dozen 
Boxes. 


$7 6o 


5 8o 


4 90 


4 oo 


3 io 



U.M.C.C9 

WATERPR001 

PAPER SHOT SHELL 

STAR BRAND 



Colts Pistol c - ;ip.~. 



Paper ^h<>r Shells. 

STAR • BBAND. 

Star Paper Shells, in. 2%. 0. M. C. No. 2 Primer 
10, 2#, " " 2 " 

12, 2%, " " 2 



I'cr M 

$12 OO 

12 00 

II 00 



Permission Caps 



Musket C;q>s. 



In tenth boxes Per M $ - Poil-Liued Waterproof, ground edge, in tenth In tenth boxes, tin . Per M., $ . 

tin boxes, Per M, $ ... . 



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Rim -Fire Cartridges. 



Central - Fire Cartridges. 




22 Short, 50 in box 
22 " 100 '* 
22 Long, 50 " 
22 " 100 " 

25 

30 Short 

30 Long 

32 Short 

32 Long 

38 Short 

38 Long 

41 Short 

41 Long 

44 Short 

44 Long 

44 Henry, Flat 

44 ' ' Pointed 

44 Extra Long 

46 Pistol, Short, 

56-46 Spencer Sporting 

56-50 " Carbine 

56-52 " Rifle 

56-56 ' ' Carbine 



Per M. 

a s 00 

5 00 

6 00 
6 00 

8 50 

9 00 
io 50 

10 00 

11 50 
16 00 
18 00 
15 00 
1750 

23 00 
25 00 

24 00 

25 00 
36 00 
25 00 
40 00 
40 00 
40 00 
40 00 



.44- 
WINCHESTER 

MODEL 1873 



32 Short, Colt's 

32 Long .... 

32 Smith & Wesson . 

32 Winchester 

32 Extra Long, Ballard 

32 " " Smith & Wesson Rifle 

38 Smith & Wesson . 

38 Short .... 

38 Long, for Colt's Double-Action and other Pistols 

38 Winchester .... 

38 Colt's M. R., for Colt's Lightning Rifle 

38 Extra Long . , . . 

41 Short, Colt's Single Action 

41 " " Double " 

41 Long " " " . 

44 Smith & Wesson No. 3, American 

44 " " " 3, Russian 

44 Merwin, Hulbert & Co. 

44 Colt's 

44 Long, Ballard . 

44 Extra Long, Wesson 

44 " " Ballard 

44 Winchester 

44 Webley .... 

44 Bull Dog 













Per M- 




$11 00 




12 00 




II 00 




16 00 




18 00 




20 00 




13 SO 




13 So 


■ Pistols 


14 So 




19 00 




19 00 




23 00 




15 00 




15 00 




17 So 




19 00 




20 00 




20 00 




20 00 




22 00 




30 00 




30 00 




19 00 




16 50 






14 So 



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Excelsior" Loaded Shotgun Cartridges. 



Number 10. Gr. 

PRICE PER HXTNDEBD, 

*2 75 



i<A oz. 




Number 12. Gr. 

PRICE PER HTJTSTDRED, 

$2 75 



V 



Load 
No. 


LOAD. 


579 • 


AfYz Drams Powder 


580 . 


" " " 


581 . 


" " 


582 . 


" " " 


583 ■ 


" " 


584 . 


" " 


585 • 


" " " 


586 . 


" " 


587 • 


" " " 


588 


" " " 


589 • 


" " " 


59° 


" " " 


605 . 


H*A Drams Powder 


606 . 


(i it (i 


607 . 


a << [i 


608 


" " " 


626 . 


4X Drams Powder 


627 . 


" " " 


628 . 


" " " 


646 . 


4 Drams Powder 


647 . 


" " " 


648 . 


" " " 


649 . 


" " " 


659 • 


4 Drams Powder 



A oz. 



'A Ox 



Oz. 



>iOz. 



Size of 
Shot. 

BB 

B 

I 

2 

3 

4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
10 

S 
6 

7 
8 
6 

7 
8 
6 

7 
8 

9 

BB 



STANBABB CKAHTEERUN SHOTGUN CARTRIDGES. 
SELBY STANDARD. 

Size of 
Shot. 

4 Drams Powder 



Load 
No. 

660 . 

661 . 

662 , 

663 . 

664 . 

665 . 

666 . 

667 . 

668 , 

669 . 

670 . 

700 , 

701 . 

702 . 
7°3 ■ 

704 . 

705 ■ 

706 . 

707 . 

708 . 

709 . 
720 . 
721 
722 



LOAD. 



i^Oz. 



4 Drams Powder 



Oz. 



3 % Drams Powder . i>£ Oz. 



Load 
No. 



723 
724 

725 
726 
727 
728 
729 
73° 
745 
746 

747 
748 
749 
75° 
768 
769 
77o 
786 
787 
788 

789 
790 



LOAD. 

i'/i Drams Powder 



i l 4 Drams Powder 

3% Drams Powder 
3 Drams Powder 



Size of 
Shot. 

I'A Oz. 3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

9 

10 

S 
6 

7 
8 

9 
10 

8 

9 

10 
6 

7 
8 

9 

TO 



i'AOz 



1 Oz 



1 Oz. 



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With Iron Wheels 
" Wood " 



With Iron Wheels 
" Wood " 



Painted 



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Canal Barrows. 



CHAivcpioisr. 




CHAMPION, JR. 




"Champion" Garden Barrows. 




365 



"\ 



Per Dozen, $36 00 
33 00 



Per Dozen, $33 00 
" 30 00 



Per Dozen, $60 00 



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■Sims & Morris" Iron Barrows. 




These Barrows are all of Iron, well braced and bolted. The Frame is made of T Iron, and found to stand the most severe 



test, and will not twist out of shape 






No. 1. 


Plain. . . . Size c 


>f Tray, 31 x 26 Incl 


No. 1. 


Bound and Braced. " 


' " 31x27 " 


No. \%. 


! 


' " 32x28 " 


No. 2. 


' " ' 


' " 35x30 " 


No. 3. 


" ' 


' " 38x32 " 


No. 4. 


" • 


' " 4'X33 " 



17 ' 
17 ' 

17 ' 

iS ' 

18 • 



Each, $13 00 

15 50 

17 50 

" 20 00 

" 22 50 

" 24 00 



Store Trucks. 




Nos. 1 
Each, $6 00 



2 

8 00 



Wheels Outside. 



4 

16 00 



5 

20 00 



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Nos. 1 
Each, $6 50 



Wheels Inside. 



2 

8 50 



3 

12 50 



17 00 






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"Otsego" Forks. 



367 







HAY FORK. 



HEADER OR BARLEY FORKS. 



MANURE, STRAPPED. 






MANURE FORK. 
PLAIN" FEE) ITTIiK. 



SPADING- FORK. 
STRAPPED. 



SLUICE FORK, 
STBAPPBD. 



CHARCOAL OR 
COKE FORK. 



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Description. 


Tines. 


Handles. 


Per Dozen. 


DESCRIPTION. 


Tines. 


Handles. 


Per Dozen. 


Hay, Strapped 


31 14 Inch. 


6 Ft 


$12 75 


Manure, Strapped . 


4 


Long 


$14 50 


" . 


3x15 


6 


13 25 


" " 


4 


D 


IS 00 


Header, " 


3*'S 


A% or 5 " 


'3 75 


Spading. 


4 


Long 


19 SO 


11 (i 


3x16 " 


4# " 5 " 


15 00 


" " . 


4 


D 


20 00 


•1 11 


4X15 " 


4# " 5 " 


17 So 


Sluice 


8 


Long 


25 00 


Manure, Plain 


4 


Long 


12 50 


Charcoal, Strapped . 


12 


D 


60 00 




4 


D 


13 50 


• 
" 


12 
14 

14 


Long 

D 

Long 


60 O0 

70 00 
70 00 



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"Otsego" Garden Rakes — Cast Steel. 




Braced Shank, Curved '.Teeth. 

10 Teeth, Cast Steel 



14 
16 




Per Dozen, 


$10 50 


8 Teeth, 


Cast Steel 


" " 


11 50 


10 


" 


11 11 


«i 11 


12 50 


12 


" 


11 11 


11 11 


13 5° 


14 
16 


11 


<i 



Polished Taper Head, Goose !N"eck Shank. 



Per Dozen, $ 8 00 
" " 9 00 

" " 10 00 

" " II 00 

12 00 



Garden Rakes — Malleable Iron. 



-, 4 J 4 -4 J -J \«g\J--J;'-^Kj 



Teeth, S 
Per Dozen, $5 00 



5 SO 



we"b"b Braced Shank. 



6 00 



14 
6 50 



16 
7 So 



Weeding Hoes. 



Grape and Weeding Hoe. 





6 Teeth, Cast Steel, Full Polish 



Cast. Steel, Handled. 



Per Dozen, $0 SO I Every Hoe endorsed with the best guarantee respecting quality. 

" " 8 50 Per Dozen ...... $15 00 



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Size, Inch, 8 
Per Dozen, $6 50 



Planters' Hoes. 






SOUD EYE. 


3 


4 


sy 2 


9 


7 00 


7 S° 



5 

9'A 
8 00 



369 



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6 

10 
8 50 



Garden Hoes. 






For Ladies, Solid Shank, Cast Steel 



Per Dozen, $6 00 




Socket, Cast Steel, 6 to 8 In. Blade 



Per Dozen, $9 00 | Solid Shank, Cast Steel, 6 to 8 In. Blade . Per Dozen, $ 8 00 



Mortar Hoes. Street Hoes. 

Solid Shank, 9 In. Blade Per Dozen, 12 00 | Solid Shank, 10 In. Blade .Per Dozen, 13 00 

German Eye Hoes — Handled. 




The Bye «nd Blade being forged entire from ona solid wkci of rbptnbd crucible cast stf.ki.. 

All Bright. 



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Nos. 4 / O 
Per Dozen, $9 00 



3/0 

9 SO 



a/o 

10 00 



1/0 

10 50 



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Garden and Floral Sets. 



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No. 20. Cast Steel Spade, Malleable Iron Fork, and Hoe-Rake, with Steel Blade, Polished, with 30-Inch Varnished 
Handles to Spade and Hoe-Rake, and 16-Inch Handle to Fork, in Sets, Papered. 

Per Dozen Sets .............. S12 00 




No. 70. Cast Steel Spade and Hoe, and Malleable Rake and Fork, Polished, with 30-Inch Varnished Handles to 
Spade, Rake and Hoe, iS-Inch Handle to Fork, in Sets, Papered. 



Per Dozen Sets 



$18 00 




No. »0. Cast Steel Spade, D Handle, Polished Blade, Polished Malleable Iron Rake, 7-Tooth Head, Cast Steel 
Polished Hoe. Handles to above of Selected White Ash, Belted and Varnished. 



L 



Per Dozen Sets 



$30 00 



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Garden and Floral Sets. 




No. 4. Four Pieces, Cast Steel Blades, Extra Fine Polished Bronzed Shanks, Fancy Wood Handles. 
Per Dozen Sets . . . . . . . , . . . . . . $9 00 




"Gifrbs" Lawn Rake. 

The Teeth are made of the best quality No. 10 Steel Wire, 
are close together and so shaped as to comb the lawn and take 
up the cut grass perfectly without tearing the sod. They are 
independent, so that in case of injury by accident, are easily 
replaced at a trifling cost, thus securing almost unlimited 
durability. 

The Hood will be found indispensable in raking either 
grass or leaves, as nothing cau escape over the head of the 
Rake, which is 24 inches long. 

To unload, simply push backward without raising the 
Rake — one motion clears the teeth perfectly of grass, chips or 
leaves. The ease with which the Rake can be operated will 
surprise any one accustomed to the best Rakes in use. 



Per Dozen 



$12 00 



Hay Rakes. 




Three Bows, Mortise Head 



Per Dozen, $6 00 



Lightning; Hay Knives. 




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$24 00 



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Grass Hooks. 



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Nos. 2 
Per Dozen, $5 00 




AMERICAN GRASS HOOKS. 

3 

S So 



4 

6 00 



Handled Bush Hooks. 




STRAPPED EYK. 



Yerkes & Plumb, Medium, Handled 
Heavy, " 



Per Dozen, $15 00 

15 00 

" " 17 00 



Bush Scythes. 




Scythes 



V 



Snaths 



Per Dozen, $12 00 



Per Dozen, 12 00 



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Scythes. 



BRAMBLE ANTD BUSH. 




Per Dozen 



"Blood's." 



GRASS. 




WA'.LD'rtD'N GlftA^ 1 '" 



'Blood's." 



Waldron Pattern 



German Steel, Beaded, Painted Red, Half Dozen Assorted in Straw Bundle 



Snaths. 



PATKNT SNATH. 



Per Dozen 



TWO-KING BUSH SNATH. 



Per Dozen 



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$12 00 




Per Dozen, $10 00 



Per Dozen, $io oo 




$9 oo 




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374 



Shovels, Spades and Scoops. 




D HATTDLE^SHOVEL. Bound Point. 



D HANDLE SHOVEL. Square Point. 







Long Handle, 










Round and Sq. Point, 


D Handle, 


Long and D Handle 






and 


Round Point. 


Spades. 






D Handle, Sq. Point. 






Ames' 


Polished Cast Steel, Back Strapped . Per Dozen, 


$12 00 


$12 75 


$12 00 


Conistock's 


" " '* " " " " 


II 00 


II SO 


II 00 


Carter's 


" Plain Back ... .... 


10 00 


II 00 


10 00 


Hadwin's 


" " " " " . " " 


8 oo 


8 50 


8 00 


Barton's 


" Steel, Back Strapped ... «... 
" Iron, " " ...."" 


7 So 


8 oo 


7 SO 


Ball's 


6 so 


6 75 


6 so 





No. 2. 


No. 3. 


No. 4. 


No. 5. 


No. 6. 


Ames' D Handle Black, Coal Shovels . . Per Dozen, 


$13 00 


$14 00 


$15 00 


$16 00 


$17 00 




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SCOOPS, D, OR LONG HANDLE. 


No. 2. 


No. 3. 


No. 4. 


No. 5. 


No. 6. 


No. 8. 


No. 10. 


Ames' Polished Cast Steel, Double Strapped 
Grant's " Steel . 
Naylor's Steel, Half Polished 


$17 00 
12 00 
10 00 


$17 SO 
12 50 
10 50 


$18 00 
13 00 
11 00 


$18 50 
13 SO 


$19 SO 
14 00 


$16 00 


$18 00 



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375 




'"WrialilV 



No. 21. 4 lbs 

No. 88. 4% " 

No. 33. 5 " 

No. 84. 5% " 

No. 85. 6 " 



Norway Ficliw. 

Per Dozen, $19 00 

" " 20 00 

" " 21 00 

" " 22 00 

" " 23 00 



""Washoe" IPiclis. 
No. 31. 4 lbs . . Per Dozen, $16 00 

No. 33. 4}i " . . " " 17 00 

No. 33. 5 " . . . " " 18 50 

No. 34. 5'A " . . " " 19 00 



Prospectors' Picks. 
\% lbs, all Steel .... Per Dozen, $24 00 



Surface Picks. 









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" Wrigtit'M " 


Norway 3?iclts. 








"Washoe" 


Piclis. 


No. 3. 


5 lbs 


Per Dozen, 


$21 50 


No. 8. 


4'A lbs 




Per Dozen, $15 00 


No. 4. 


SX " ■ 


. 


22 00 


No. 3. 


5 " 




" " 16 00 


No. 5. 


6 " . 


" " 


23 00 


No. 4. 


5A " • 




" 17 00 


No. 6. 


6'A " ■ 


" 


24 00 


No. 5. 


6 " 




" " 18 00 


No. 7. 


7 " • 




26 00 


No. 6. 
No. 7. 


(>A " . 
7 " 




" " 19 00 

" " 20 00 



Drifting Picks. 




"Wi'iijhCy" Norway Pick*. 

No. 15. y£ lbs Per Dozen, $18 00 

No. 1«. 4 " . . " " 19 0° 

No. 17. 4'A " ... " " 20 00 

No. 18. 5 " . " " 21 00 

No. 19. 5% " ... " " 22 00 

No. 30. 6 " . . . " " 23 00 



""Washoo" Piolta. 

No. 15. 2>A lbs Per 

No. 16. 4 

No. 17. 4%. 

No. 18. 5 

No. 19. sX 

No. 30. 6 



Dozen, $14 00 
" 14 00 

15 00 

16 00 

17 00 

18 00 



Railroad Picks. 



Assorted, 5 to 6 lbs 



Norway 



Coal Miners' Picks. 



Per Dozen, $18 00 | Washoe 



Per Dozen, $12 00 



Per Dozen, $14 00 



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2'A to 4K lbs 

5 "6 •' 



Pick Eyes. 




Norway. 



Per Dozen, $14 00 
15 00 



2'A to n'/ 2 lbs 
5 " 6 " 



Washoe. 






Per Dozen, $12 00 
13 00 



Mattocks. 






Standard. 






Hunt's. 




Long Cutter 




Per Dozen, $15 00 


Long Cutter 




Per Dozen, $18 50 


Short " 




■ " " 14 SO 


Short " 




18 so 



Pick Mattocks. 



Per Dozen 




Standard. 



Hunt's. 



$15 00 I Per Dozen 



$18 50 



Nos. I 
Standard, per Dozen, $11 00 
Hunt's, " " $13 00 



Grub Hoes. 




2 

11 50 
'3 50 






3 

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14 00 



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Turned Axe Handles 



Shaved " 
Boys' " 

Broad " 
Adze " 
Drifting Pick 



Hickory Handles— Assorted. 



377 




Sledge Handle. 
PRICE LIST. 



Length, Inches. 



Extra, Per Dozen, 

No. I, 

No. 2, 

XXX, 

No. i, 

Extra, 



No. I, 
Extra. 

Poll No. i, 

Extra, 

Surface " . . No. I, 

Extra, 

Coal Miners' Pick Handles, No. I, 
" " " " Extra, 

Sledge Handles No. I, 

" " Extra, 

" " Shaved, 



28 



$2 25 
2 50 



30 



32 



«2 75 
3 75 

2 75 

3 75 



2 25 
2 75 



$2 00 



34 



«3 75 
3 75 

3 00 

4 00 

3 00 

4 00 



2 40 



36 



$3 60 

2 00 

3 00 

4 25 



4 25 



38 



*3 75 



2 00 

2 50 

3 00 



75 



40 



$4 00 



42 



$5 00 



3 00 



44 



$7 50 



Hatchet and Hammer Handles. 




Hatchet Handle. 



Machinists' Hammer Handle 









PRICK LIST. 














Style. 


Length, Inches. 


13 


M 15 


,6 


17 


IS 


20 


22 


24 


Hatchet Handles 
Adze-live Hammer Hand 
Hand 


cs 


Per Dozen, 


$0 75 

75 

1 00 


$0 75 

75 

1 00 


$0 75 

75 

1 00 


$1 00 
I 10 


Si 25 


$1 50 
• 25 


Si 40 


Si 5° 


$1 70 



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Hand Shaved Axe Handles. 




Double Bitted Axe Handles. 




Split from Selected. Second Growth Hiclcory, and all Hand Shaved. 

PITT T7P IN CRATES OF TWO DOZEN. 

Length, Inches, 36 38 40 42 44 

Single and Double Bitted, Q Shaved, Axe Handles, Per Dozen, $4 00 4 SO 5 00 S SO 6 00 



Planters' Hoe Handles 



Hoe Handles. 



Per Dozen, $3 50 | Garden Hoe Handles 



Per Dozen, $3 00 



Bent Fork Handles. 



Straight Fork Handles. 



Fork Handles, Straight, Ferruled, 5 to 6 ft., Per Doz., $3 50 , Fork Handles, Straight, Strapped, 5 to 6 ft., Per Doz., $4 00 
" Bent, " 4)£to6ft., " " 3 50 " " Bent, " 4^ to 6 ft., " " 400 



D, Shovel Sjaade and Scoop Handles. 




Shovel Handles, Long 
D 



Per Dozen, $3 50 1 Spade Handles, Long . •. Per Dozen, $3 50 

• " " 3 50 " " D . . ■ " " 3 SO 

Rake Handles, Garden ...... Per Dozen, $2 50 



Cant Hook and Peavey Handles. 



Stock of the above Handles, made of Hard Maple and Second Growth White Ash 



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SOCKET FIUMEB. 



SOCKET FBAHrNG. 




Socket Framing Chisel Handles. 

No. 34. Hickory, Polished Iron Rings ........ 



Per Gross, $7 50 



Socket Firmer Chisel Handles. 
No. 27. Hickory, Assorted, Regular, 4 Sizes .......... Per Gross, $5 00 

No. 89. Apple Wood," " 4 " . . . . . . . . " " S SO 



Firmer Chisel Handles. 

No. 3. Hickory, Assorted, Regular, 6 Sizes ...... 

No. 4. " Large 4 " . 

No. 25. Apple Wood " Regular, 1 to 3 Inches . . . . . 

No. 26. " " " % " 2 

Ship Carpenters' .......... 



Per Gross, $ 5 00 
6 00 



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11 00 

12 00 
12 00 



Ship Carpenters' Slick Handles . Per Gross, $21 00 | Turning Chisel Handles 



Per Gross, $15 00 



File Handles. 




No. 4. Beaded, Hard Wood, Brass Ferrules, per Gross, $5 00 

No. 5. White Wood, Iron 4 00 

No. 11. Jewelers', Walnut, Ferruled " " 4 °° 



Screw Driver Handles. 




For Screw Driver. 56 7 

Per Dozen, $0 50 60 1 00 



"Douglass" Patent Auger Handles. 



Anger Handles. 



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Soldering Coppei- Handles. 



Brad Awl Handles. 





No. 20. Wire Ferrules 



Per Gross, $6 00 | No. 3. Beech Wood, Brass Ferrule Per Gross, $3 50 




Plane Handle? 



Jack 

Fore and Jointer 



Per Dozen, $0 75 




JACK PLANE HANDLE. 



FORE PLANE HANDLE. 



Cross-Cut Saw Handles. 



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No. 3 




No. 7. 

Cross-Cut Saw Handles. 

Per Pair, $0 55 No. 5 

" " 45 i No. 7 



Per Pair, $0 50 
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Saw Handles. 

Beech Wood. 



Stauley's Saw Handles 
Disston's " " No. 7 

" " No. 12 

" Butcher Saw Handles 

" One Man " " 



Per Dozen, $[ 50 
2 50 

" " 9 00 

4 So 
4 So 



Handled Peavey and Cant Hook. 



PEAVBY. 




Steel Hooks, Selected Handles 



Norway Clasps. 



Per Dozen, $30 00 




Steel Hooks, Selected Handles 



CANT HOOK. 



Per Dozen, $24 00 



Rawhide Mallets. 




These Mallets are iuvaluable for Machinists, Workers 
in Brass or Silver, Jewelry Manufacturers, or for any 
one who needs to strike a hard blow without bruising 
the material he is at work upon. 

ONE PAIR EXTRA FACES 

Included In following Prices : 



No. I. Weighs 1 lb 
No. «. " 1% " 



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Mallets — Assorted. 



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EASTERN MALLETS. 



Tinners. 



Rins 



Round, Hickory, Assorted 
Round, Hickory, 6x4 Inch 



Round, No. 9, 5 X3 Inch 
No. II, 5'A^3H " 
" No. 13, 6 X4 " 



Per Dozen, $2 00 | Round, Hickory, Iron Rings . Per Dozen, $8 50 



Carpenters'. 



Per Dozen, $3 50 



Square, Hickory, 6 Inch Long 
7 " " 



Lignum Vitse. 



Per Dozen, $4 00 
" " 5 00 

" " 6 00 



Square, No. 8, 6 Inch Long 
" No. 10, d'/z " " 
" No. 12, 7 " " . 



Per Dozen, $3 50 
" " 4 00 

Per Dozen, $5 00 
" " 6 00 

" " 7 00 



Round, Hickory, 6x3 Inch 
6x3^ " 
7x4 " 



Long Island Co.'s Second Growth Hickory Mallets. 

Square, Hickory, 6 Inch Long . . Per Dozen, $8 50 
7 " " " " 9 00 



Per Dozen, $5 50 
6 SO 
8 00 




Calking Mallets. 




^Vhite Oak, Iron Ring 
Live " Steel " 



Per Dozen, $15 00 
" " 24 00 



Bung Starters. 



Per Dozen 



$4 00 



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No. 00. 

No. 25. Polished, with Claw, 1 Dozen in a Box _ 

No. OO. Japanned, % " " " 



Magnetic Tack Hammers. 




No. 2, Claw in Handle. 
No. 1. Small Claw on Head, 1 Dozen in a Box 
No. 2. Medium, Claw in Handle, 1 Dozen in a Box 




No. 12. 
No. 12. Iron, Magnetic, Hammer and Claw Combined, 1 Dozen in a Box 



Patent Improved Tack Hammer. 




No. 4. 
No. 4. Malleable Iron, Inlaid with Black Walnut, Hardened Face. 1 Dozen in a Box . Per Dozen, $2 50 



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Style of ^. 

A — Plain Hammer 

B — Claw on tlie Top of Hammer 



Style of D. 



Per Dozen, $6 oo 
7 oo 



C — Claw on Side of Hammer 
D— '■ " End of Handle 



Per Dozen, $ 9 oo 
" " n 00 



Shoemakers' Hammers. 



Bricklayers' Hammers. 



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No. 1 

No. 2 



Per Dozen, $5 00 Cast Steel. Handled. 

" S 5° Weight 2>/ 2 lbs . Per Dozen, $15 00 



Coopers' Hammer: 



Solid Cast Steel Drill Hammers. 





1 



A.11 < ':.«! Steel. 



Oil Finished, {[mulled. 



5 



Weight, 3 3>^ 4 4K 5 lbs. Weight, 3 1% 4 <\'A 5 % 

Each, $1 25 1 50 1 75 1 90 2 00 Each, $1 15 1 25 1 50 1 60 1 75 



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A. E. Bell Face Hammers. 



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Nos. 1 
Weight, Each, 20 
Maydole's, Per Dozen, $8 00 

Yerkes & Plumb's, " " 9 50 
Sunset, " " 7 00 



Nos. 11 
Weight, Each, 19 
Maydole's, Per Dozen, $8 00 

Yerkes & Plumb's, " " 9 50 



Vdzo Eye Hammers. 






1% 


2 


3 


16 


13 


7K oz 


7 00 


6 00 


S 00 


8 50 


7 5o 




6 so 


6 00 




T!. Bell Face Hammers. 






U'A 


1-2 


13 


15 


12 


7 oz. 


7 00 


6 00 


S 00 


8 50 


7 50 





Heller Bros." Cast Steel Rounding Hammers. 




One Size Only, Weight about 2', Lbs Each, $2 00 



Farriers' Turning Hammers. 




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Each, S3 00 



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Farriers' Hammers. 



No. 51. Adze Eye 
No. 54. " " . 
No. 55. Plain . 




' WCaydole'e." 



Per Dozen, $6 00 
5 00 
1 S 



Driving Hammers. 




W~*£ * - 



Per Dozen 



' Heller Brnp." 



$10 00 



No. '2, Weight 2 lb 1 oz., 



Pick Pointing lLnmnrrs. 




Cost Ste« j l. 



Per Dozen, $15 00 



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Weights, 7 oz. 
Per Dozen, $7 00 



76 

10 
8 00 



Ball Pein Chipping Hammers. 




75 

12 
9 00 





Maydole'H." 


74 






73 


16 






20 


10 00 






II 00 



72 

12 00 



71 7©K ™ 

jo 2# lbs. j lbs. 

13 00 14 00 16 00 






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Engineers' Hammers. 



Riveting Hammers. 

Nos. 12 3 456? 
Per Dozen, $3 50 4 00 4 50 5 00 5 5° ° °° 7 00 8 00 



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Engineers' Hammers. 

Nos. O 1 2 2^ 8 4 

Per Dozen, $7 00 9 00 11 00 12 00 13 00 15 00 



Masons' Hammers. 




Handled and Polished, Assorted Weights 



Per Pound, $0 40 



Rock Breaking or Napping I tamraers. 



Top Mauls. 





Assorted, 3 to 12 lbs 



Per Pound, $0 35 



V. & P.'s Cast Steel 
Horton's Ship 



Per Pound, $0 40 
Each, 1 75 



Railroad Spiking- Mauls. 




Y. &P.'s Cast Steel 



Per Pound, $0 30 



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Blacksmiths' Sledges. 




All Weights 



Per Pound, $0 30 



DoublellFace Sledges. 




Oil Finish, Unhandled, all Weights Per Pound, $0 30 Full Polished, Handled 



Per Pound, $0 45 



Steel Crow Bars. 



Wedge Point. 



T -„- T - 






Piiic-h 1 J > -l n I . 



Assorted Weights, from 12 to 20 Pounds 



Per Pound, $0 12 



We always send Wedge Point, unless otherwise ordered. 



■'Sunset" Steel "Wedges. 




Sunset 



Per Pound, $0 20 Truckee 



Per Pound, $0 10 



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Hot Chisels. 



Cold Chisels. 



1 Inch 



Inch, y z 
Each, $0 75 



Inch, X 
Each, $0 75 




■ "ft 




Eye Cliiwels, Hot or Cold. 

Each, $1 00 I 1% Inch ..... 

Solid Cast Steel Round and Square Eye-Punches. 

1 so 



1 

1 25 



Each, $1 25 



1 85 



Hardies. 



Flatters. 





Anvil Hardies 



o 90 I 00 



Top Fullers. 



1 25 



1 50 



Solid C'msI Si p<-l Flatters. 
Inch, 2 2% 3 i'/i 



Each, $2 00 



2 50 3 00 3 50 

Bottom Fullers. 



4 
4 00 





Solid C:i«t Steel Top Fuller*. 

Inch, % yi X 1 itf ' '-' 2 

Each, $0 75 1 00 1 25 1 50 1 75 2 00 2 50 

Top Swages. 



M"ltom Fullers. 

Inch. ! *A U I ''4 'X 2 

Bach, $0 75 o 75 75 1 00 1 25 1 50 1 75 

Bottom Swages. 





Solid Oast steel Top Swages. 

To Inch, % XX H X # ' '* ''-• '* 2 2% 2H 3 

Each. $1 25 i 50 1 50 > SO 1 75 '75 2 00 2 25 2 50 2 75 3 00 3 50 4 00 5 00 

Solid Cast steel Bottom Swages. 

(When ordering give size of Hardy Hole.i 

To Inch, K * . IX ''-• ' : '> 2 2 * 2 * * 3 5 * 4 

Each. $1 25 1 25 1 50 1 75 2 00 2 25 2 50 2 75 3 00 3 25 3 50 3 75 4 00 



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Centre Punch. 



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Best Octagon Cast Steel 



Per Dozen, $2 00 



Prick Punch. 



Best Octagon Cast Steel 



Per Dozen, $i 50 



Coopers' Punches. 




Size Steel 1/2 Inch, Points 1/8 Inch to 1/4 Inch ....... 

" " 5/8 " " 5/16 and 3/8 Inch ....... 

" " 3/4 " " 7/i6 " 1/2 " 

Average Weight per Dozen, 5/8 Inch 7 lhs ; 3/4 Inch 1 1 lbs. 



Per Dozen, $2 00 
" Lb, o 40 

" " 40 



Cast Steel Cold Chisels. 

OCTAOON STEEL. 




Price 



PUT UP IN PAPER BOXES. 



All Warranted, and the Best Finished Goods in the Market. 



Size of Steel, % % 

Average Weight per Dozen, about 3^ 7 



% 

>4 



1 Inch. 
19 lbs. 

Per Pound, $0 40 



Cape Chisels. 

OCTAGON STEEL. 




Size of Steel, 3/4 Oct. Width of Points, 1/4, 5/16 and 3/8 Inch. Average Weight per Dozen, 9 lbs. 



Price 



Per Pound, $0 40 



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Socket Firmer Chisels. 



T. H.WITHERBY 




Inch . 's % Y% % H % 

Per Dozen, $8 oo 8 oo 8 oo 9 00 10 00 11 00 

Assorted in Sets, % to 2 Inches, 12 Chisels 



391 



1 iX i# : ^ 2 
12 00 13 00 14 00 15 00 16 00 

Per Set, $11 25 



Inch, '/i 
Per Dozen, $22 00 



Cornel' Chisels. 




28 00 



% 

30 00 



32 00 



34 00 



36 00 



Socket Framing < 'hisels. 




Inch, To yi % % ft 1 i' + ift 

Per Dozen, $12 00 13 00 14 00 15 00 16 00 18 00 20 00 

Assorted in Sets, l { to 2 Inches, ir Chisels (1 Each Size from '4' to 2 Inch Inclusive) 



22 00 

$18 00 



2 
24 00 



Extra Socket Firmer Chisels. 

These Tools are Tempered hv an Improved Process, Insuring a Perfect Cutting ESdge. 

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We warrant all goods bearing our trade mark to he perfect when they leave the shop, 90 far as the material and workmanship 
is concerned. If a tool proves loo soft and bends on the edge or breaks in consequence of a flaw in the steel, and is returned to the 
person from whom it is bought within JO days from date of purchase, a new tool will lie given in exchange. If it is broken 
where the steel is sound, it will not be exchanged. 

Price. No. 10 Set . 12 Chisels from % to 2 Inch, (sharpened and set ready for use) in Fancy Wooden Box $6 25 



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Socket Chisels. 



Size, Inch, # H 

Per Dozen, $4 30 4 60 

Size, Inch, 1 \% 

Per Dozen, $6 80 7 50 

Assorted to 2 Inch, 9 in a Set 
" " 2 " 12 " " 



X H X 

S 00 s 50 6 00 

8 00 9 00 



Louk T*aT-in2:. 



Assorted to 2 Inch, 9 in a Set 
" " 2 " 12 " " 



6 40 



$5 25 
6 00 



Per Set, $8 loo 
" " 9 SO 



Mi 11 Wrights'. 
8 INCH BLADES. HANDLED 

Size, Inch, ' 4 y s ', % % % 

Per Dozen, $9 00 9 50 10 00 10 50 11 00 11 50 



Size, Inch, 1 

Per Dozen, $12 00 



iX 

13 50 



i'A 

IS S° 



Assorted to 2 Inch, 9 in a Set, 



1 V 2 

18 00 21 00 

Per Set, $10 00 

" " 12 50 



10 Inch Blades, add 20 per Cent. 



Socket Gouges. 



Firmer. 
Size, Inch, X Ye. X X X % 

Per Dozen, $5 75 6 25 6 75 7 50 8 25 8 75 



Size, Inch, 1 



IX 



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Assorted to 2 Inch, 9 in a Set 
" " 2 " 12 " " 

Ijotxc: P*avi 1 1 ir. 

Assorted to 2 Inch, 9 in a Set 
" " 2 " 12 " " 



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nMillwri-xlitjs". 
8 INCH BLADES. HANDLED. 

Size, Inch, X X X H X 



Per Dozen, $9 25 10 25 11 25 12 25 13 50 



Per Dozen, $9 50 10 25 10 75 11 50 12 50 13 50 



Per Set, $725 Size, Inch, I 1% i'A iX 2 

75 p er Dozen, $14 50 15 50 17 00 19 00 22 50 



Per Set, $8 75 Assorted to 2 Inch, 9 in a Set 

" 11 00 " " 2 " 12 " 



Per Set, $11 00 
" " 13 75 



Millwrights' Framing Chisels. 



Size, Inch, y% 
Per Dozen, $9 00 



% 
9 50 



BLADE 14 INCHES LONG. HANDLED. 

X X X ' 



10 50 



II 00 



12 00 



13 00 



15 00 



16 50 



18 00 



Socket Framing Chisels. 



Size, Inch, y% 
Per Dozen, $6 50 



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7 00 



7 50 



8 INCH BLADE. HANDLED. 

X X 1 

8 00 8 50 9 00 



<X 1% 

9 50 10 00 



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Firmer Chisels. 



393 




Long Thin Paring: Chisels. 




Sires, Inches, % y % % ft % 7 / s i T % iyi ,# 2 

Firmer Chisels, Per Dozen, $i 60 1 75 2 10 2 25 2 45 2 80 3 00 4 10 5 10 6 20 7 50 

Paring Chisels, " " 2 80 2 90 3 20 3 55 4 00 4 30 5 25 7 15 8 60 10 15 12 50 

Firmer Gouges. 



Sets of 12 

Per Set, 3 50 

" " 5 80 




Long Thin Paring Gl-ouges. 



Sizes, Inches, % Y» X H X 7 A 1 I* 1/2 iH 2 

Firmer Gouges, Per Dozen, $2 00 2 15 2 45 2 65 2 90 3 30 3 50 4 85 6 00 7 30 9 00 

Paring Gouges, " " 4 70 4 80 5 10 5 40 5 90 6 15 7 15 9 35 10 85 13 20 15 50 

Turning Chisels— Extra. 



Sets of 12 

Per Set, 4 10 

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H 


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H 


H 


H 


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2 


Chisels. IVi Dozen, $3 00 


3 20 


3 45 


3 75 


4 10 


4 5° 


5 10 


6 20 


7 70 


9 20 


10 70 


Gouges, " " 3 70 
^ 


4 00 


4 40 


4 70 


5 35 


6 00 


6 70 


8 45 


10 80 


12 55 


15 20 



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"Buck Bros." BeA^eled Edge Socket Firmer Chisels. 




FURNISHED IN SETS ONLT 



Set of 9, Assorted, % to 2 Inch 



Per Set, $7 00 
9 00 



"Horton & Arnold's" Ship Carpenters' Chisels and Gouges. 



Socket Chisels. 



Socket Gouges. 



Size, Inch, 1 i'{ t'A i% 2 2</ z 3 3!^ 
Each, $1 00 1 15 1 25 1 30 1 50 2 00 2 60 3 00 



Size, Inch, 1 1% \'/ 2 \}{ 2 2'4 3 3', 

Each, $1 25 1 30 1 40 1 50 1 75 2 25 2 75 3 00 



( Jarpenters' Slicks. 




Oval J3at-lc Sotfket. Handled. 



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Inch, 2y 2 
Per Dozen, $22 00 



3 
25 00 



i'A 
30 00 



35 00 
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Box Chisels. 



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395 



Solid Cast Steel 




Per Dozen, $9 00 



Cast Steel 



Buttresses. 




Per Dozen, $20 00 



Coopers' Tools. 



Iron G-eared W indlass. 




Weight HO Pounds. 

Is Beyond Doubt the Best 'Windlass in tlie Market. 

This Improved Am. Iron Geared Windlass needs no word of praise as to its excelling all. Works easiest on heavy work; 
is saving on man, staves and rope ; is right or left handed ; can be placed in any desired position in shop. The same machine is 
also adaptable and extensively used by Butchers in slaughter houses, also in stores or warehouses for hoisting purposes, etc. Will 
raise 4 or 5 tons weight. 



Price, with Crank 



$15 00 



Coopers' Socket Drivers. 



Handled . 



Coopers' Short and < >val Drivers. 




Each. $1 25 Bach 



$1 00 



Coopers' Nantucket Drivers. 



Each 



Coopers' 1 liekory Drivers. 




$0 75 Each 



$0 25 



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39 6 



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Coopers' Tools. 

Merchants' Patent Doweling Machine. 




Each 



$6 50 



V Howels. 



Tight Barrel Howels. Tight Barrel Crozes. 




$i 25 



Double Irons, 415' Feet 

Coopers' Levelers. 



Coopers' Flagging Irons. 



Each, $2 50 

Coopers' Vises. 



Beech 




So 25 



Per Pound 



$0 30 



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Coopers' Tools. 



397 



'Barton's" Coopers' Froes. 



Coopers' Scrapers. 





Inches, 10 
Per Doz., $15 00 



12 
18 00 



14 16 

21 00 24 00 



Each 



$0 7S 



: Barton's" Coopers' Shaves. 

Stave Shaves. 




7 Inches 



Each, $1 25 I 8 Inches 



Each, $1 50 



Backing: Shaves. 



Heading Shaves. 



7 Inches 





Hollowing Shaves. 



Hoop and Paring Shaves. 



V 




One Handle 
Two 




( '1 >o] m 'is' Inshavee 



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398 



Coopers' Spokeshaves. 




Improved or Cleveland Pattern 



Each, $1 50 I Double Iron, Wood Handle 



Blade, 4 Inch 
" 5 " 
" 6 " 



Coopers' Champer Knives. 




RIGHT HAND 



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Each, $1 50 



Each, $1 50 
1 75 

" 2 00 



"Barton's" Drawing Knives. 

Narrow Carriage. ^Shingling. 





Carpenters'. 




Carpentera'. 
Inch, 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 16 

Per Dozen, $10 00 11 00 12 00 13 00 14 00 15 00 16 00 17 00 18 00 20 00 



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Narrow Carriage. 




Inch, 


6 


7 


8 9 


IO 


Per Dozen, 


$11 00 


12 00 


13 00 14 00 
Shingling Knives. 


15 00 


Inch, 


10 




12 


14 


Per Dozen, 


$16 00 




18 00 


20 00 



17 00 



14 

19 00 



16 

22 00 



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The Folding Handle Draw-Knife. 



399 



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every bladj: wabbantkd. 



Numbers. 


Length of Blade. 

6 Inch. 

7 " 
S "• 


Width of Blade. 


Size when Folded. 


Per Dozen. 


I 

2 

3 


i'A Inch. 
I'A " 
I'A " 


II yi Inchx 2 Inch. 

12^ " X2 

14 " X2 


$21 00 
22 SO 

24 00 



Carpenters' Drawing Knives. 



Scroll Knives. 



ADJUSTAHLK HANDLKS. 




Inch, S 
Per Dozen, $12 00 



Narrow, Beveled on Both Sides. 

IO I Inch, 8 10 

IS 00 Per Dozen, $12 00 15 00 



"Witherby's" Drawing Knives. 



Inch, 

Per Dozen, $16 00 



V 




17 00 



S 
18 00 



9 
19 00 



No. 1. 



10 

20 00 



12 
22 00 



24 00 



14 

25 00 



15 

26 00 



16 

28 00 



400 



"Gooclell's" Spokeshave. 



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The circular shape of this tool enables it to work in smaller circles than other Shaves. 

The angle of the knife is such that it cuts instead of scraping the grain of the wood. Either handle can be removed to work 
in cramped places. 



Price 



Per Dozen, $9 00 



"Bailey's" Iron Spokesliaves. 

The Spokesliaves in the following List are superior in style, quality and finish to any in market. The Cutters are made of the 
best English Cast Steel, tempered and ground by an improved method, and are in perfect working order when sent from the factory. 




No. 51. Double Iron, Raised Handle, 10 In.. 2>j In. Cutter. 
Per Dozen, $3 50 




No. 52. Double Iron, Straight Handle, 10 In., 2% In. Cutter. 
Per Dozen, S3 50 




No. 53, Adjustable, Raised Handle, 10 In., 2% In. Cutter. 
Per Dozen, $4 50 




No. 54. Adjustable, Straight Handle, 10 In., 2<i In. Cutter. 
Per Dozen, $4 50 




No. 55. Model Double Iron, Hollow Face, 10 In., 2>s In. Cutter. 
Per Dozen, $3 00 




No. 58. Model Double Iron, 10 Inch, 2>g Inch Cutter. 

Per Dozen, $3 00 
No. 59. Single Iron (Pattern of No. 56), 10 In., 2% In. Cutter. 

Per Dozen, $3 50 



No. ttO. Double Cutter, Hollow aud Straight, 10 Inch, 1 '. Inch Cutters 



Per Dozen, $4 50 



Patent Reversible Spokeshave. 




This Spokeshave can be worked to and from the person using it without changing position. 
No. 62. Raised Handle (Heavy), Double Cutter, 10 Inch, 2% Inch Cutter 



Per Dozen, $6 00 



Wood Spokesliaves. 
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Screw-Iron Spokesliaves. 



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Size, Inch, 2% 3 }», 

Beech, Plain, per Dozen, $3 25 3 75 4 25 



Size, Inch, 2% 
Beech, Plated, per Dozen, $9 10 



9 50 



10 00 



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Bench 




Block 
Smooth 
Jack 
Fore 



AMERICAN IRONS. 
Each, $o 75 
" o 90 



1 00 
1 40 



Jointer, 26 In. 

"' 28 " 

30 " 



Fancy Planes. 



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401 



Each, $1 50 

" 1 60 

1 75 




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Hollows and Rounds. 



A. Nosing l'laiu 
SUiw K.i ! (1 ifl S, 

Inch, ', H X H 1 1 's 
Bach, $0 60 60 o 60 o 60 60 o 65 
Handled Rabbets « ii b 
Inch, 2 2\ 2# 

Each, $1 80 I 90 2 00 

Tooth Plane, Cast Steel Iron 

BCatoh Planes. 

Handled, '., H. X, H, 1 Inch 

" 1 V. 1 '-• Inch . 
Unhandled, ,W. Hi '-•. H. X. H< ' Inch 

I >:m Loee. 
Brass Screw Stop, all Sizes, \ to 1 huh 




fi. Quarter Round. 



IX I'A IV ' 2 
65 o 70 80 90 
'J Spars, 

*X 3 

2 25 2 50 

Each, $1 00 

Per Pair, $2 00 

2 25 
" " I 25 

Each, $1 50 



To ', Inch 
$0 50 



ft 



C*. Quarter Round. 
Head Planes. Single. 

o 55 
Centre Bead. 
Advance 10 cents on each Size of Single Bead. 
Hollows and Rounds. 



% and 
70 



To No. 12 14 to 18 20 to 24 

Per Pair, $0 75 90 1 10 

Filletsteis. 
Plain Side Stop . . $1 25 | Brass Side Stop 

Panel Plows. 
No. 117. Beech Screw Stop, without Handle Each, $5 00 

No. 119. " " " with " . . •• 5 50 



Sets of 9 Pairs 
Per Set, $7 20 



$1 40 



A. Nosing Planes. '.. to 

$0 80 



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V to H l to 1% I B. Quarter Round Planes, X. "A and > Inch Each, $0 75 

o 90 1 00 I C. " " " with Fence, ? 4 to 1 In. " 1 00 



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402 



Smooth 
Jack 



Ship Planes. 




ANCHOR BRAND.' 

Each, $1 00 
" 1 So 



AMERICAN IRONS. 

Fore 
Jointer 



Single Ou1 Plane Lrons. 




Each, $1 75 
" 2 00 



Double Plane Iron.- 



Sizes to Inch, 1% 
Single Irons, per Dozen, $3 19 
Double " " " $6 09 

Sizes, Inch, 1 ' 4 
Single Irons, Each, $0 20 
Double " $0 40 

Sizes, Inch, 1% 
Each, $0 30 



Price 




2>S 

s 91 

10 13 



2h 

6 57 

10 97 



2H 

37 
o 65 



33 




"Wood Turners' Sizing Tool. 

< ipens to a lya Indies. 



3 

8 25 

13 78 

o 40 
70 

2^ 

45 



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Each, $3 00 
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"Bailey's" Adjustable Planes. 



403 



Iron Planes. 





No. 1. 

No. 2. 
No. 3. 
No. 4. 



Each. 

Smooth Plane, 5'A In. in Length, 1% In. Cutter, $2 25 

" 7 iH " " 2 75 

" s • i^r » " 3 00 

" 9 " " " 2 " 3 25 



No. 
No. 

No. 
No. 



5. Jack Plane, 14 In. in Length, 

6. Fore ." iS " " " 

7. Jointer " 22 " " " 

8. " " 24 " " 







Each. 


2 In. 


Cutter, 


$3 75 


2H " 


" 


4 75 


2^ " 


" 


5 50 


2# " 


" 


6 50 



No. 10. Carriage Makers' Rabbet Plane, 14 In., 2<4 In. Cutter. Each, $4 50 

"Wood Bottom Planes. 





No. 21. 


Smooth Plane 


7 In. in 


L 


sngth 


I ! + 111 


Cutter, $2 00 


No. 22. 


" " 


8 " " 




" 


lU " 


" 2 00 


No. 23. 


" " 


9 " " 




" 


iU - 


2 00 


No. 24. 


11 1, 


8 " " 




" 


2 " 


2 00 


No. 25. 


lilock 


9'-- " " 




" 


iH " 


2 00 



Each.' 

No. 35. Handle Smooth, 9 In. in Length, 2 In. Cutter, $2 50 
No. 36. " " 10 " " " T-Yt " " 2 75 
No. 37. Jenny " 13 ' 2% " " 3 00 




No. 2<>. Jack Plane 
No. 27. 

No. 28. Pore " 
No. 29. 



Bath. 

15 In. in Length, 2 In. Cutter, $2 25 

15 " " " 2% " " 2 50 

is •■ " •• 2^ •• •• 2 7S 

20 " " " 2H " " 2 75 



Each. 
No. 30. Jointer Plane, 22 In. in Length, 2^ In. Cutter, $3 00 

No. 31. " " 24 *X. " " 3 00 

No. 32. " " 26 2% " " 3 25 

No. 33. " " 28 2% " " 3 25 

No. 34. " " 30 " " " 2# " 3 50 



"Bailey's" Pan-nt Adjustable Block Plains. 

These Block Planes are adjusted by a Screw and Lever movement, and the mouth can be opened wide or made close, as the 
nature of the work to be done may require. The handles to Nos. "V and 15^ are secured to the stock by the use of an iron nut, 
and can be easily attached to or liberated from the Plane, as the convenience of the workman may require. 





No. »'... Excelsior Block Plane, b In. in Length, 1 ; 4 In. Cutler. 

Each, $1 50 
No. 15. Kxcelsior Block Plane, 7 In. in Length, 1 \, In. Cutter. 

Each, Si 60 



No. 9J4 . Excelsior Block Plane, with Rosewood Handle, 6 In. 

in Length, 1^ In. Cutter. Each, $1 75 
No. 15 '.. Excelsior Block Plane, with Rosewood Handle, 7 In. 

in Length, 1I4 In. Cutter. Each, Si 85 



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Cast Steel Cutters for above Block Planes, $0 25 






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"Stanley's" Improved Planes. 

Wood Bottom Planes. 



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No. 122. Smooth Plane. S In. in Length. i-< 4 In. Cutter 




Nos. Each. 

127. Jack Plane, 15 In. in Length, 2>s In. Cutter, $2 00 
129. Fore Plane, 20 In. in Length, 2^ In. Cutter, 2 25 



Improved Rabbet Plane. 




This plane will lie perfectly flat on either side, and can he 
used with right or left hand equally well, while planing into 
corners or up against perpendicular surfaces. 
Nos. 
1§0. Iron Stock S In. in Length, \% In. wide 

181. " " 8 I# " '• 

1§2. " " S 1 " " 

190. •' " 8 1', " •' with spur 

191. " " 8 i' 4 

192. " " 8 1 



Patent Adjustable Beading, 
and Slitting Plane. 



Each. 

Si OO 
I 00 
I 00 

1 IS 

I 15 

" 1 is 
Rabbet 




l,J>«<.)..>. 



This Plane embraces in a compact and practical form (11 
Beading and Center Beading Plane ; (2) Rabbet and Filletster ; 
(3)Dado; (4) Plow; (51 Matching Plane, and (6) a Superior 
Slitting Plane. 

Each Plane is accompanied bv seven Beading Tools (1/8 
3/16, 1/4, 5/16, 3/8, 7/16 and 1/2 Inch), Nine Plow and Dado 
Bits (1/8, 3/16, 1/4, 5,16. 3/8, 7/16, 1/2, 5/8 and 7/8 Inch), a Slit- 
ting Blade and a Tonguiug Tool. 

Price, Including Beading Tools. Bits. Slitting Blade, etc. 
No. 45. Iron Stock and Fence. . $8 00 



Each, $i 50 




No. 135. Handle Smooth, io In. in Length, 2</i In. Cutter. 
Each, $2 00 

Duplex Rabbet Plane and Filletster. 




Remove the arm to which the fence is secured, ami .1 
Handled Rabbet Plane is had, and with two seats for the cutter, 
so that the tool can be used as a Bull-Nose Rabbet if required. 
The Plane will lie perfectly flat on either side, and can be used 
with right or left hand equally well, while planing into corners 
or up against perpendicular surfaces. 

The arm to which the fence is secured can be screwed into 
either side of the stock, thus making a superior right or left 
hand Filletster with adjustable spur and depth gauge. 
No. 78. Iron Stock and Fence, S', In. in Length, \'/i In. 
Cutter. Each, $1 50 

Patent Adjustable Beading Plane. 




This tool, for ordinary beading or for center beading, 
cannot be surpassed. By adjustment of the fence, center bead- 
ing can be done up to the five inches from the edge of a board. 
Except for working across the grain, the spurs need not be used. 
Patent Adjustable Beading Plane, including Bits (1/8, 3/16, 14. 

5/16, 3/8, 7/16 and 1/2 Inch I. 
No. 50. Iron Stock and Fence . . Each, $4 00 



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"Stanley's" Improved Planes. 

Iron Block Planes. 



405 



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This Plane was first introduced as a convenient Tool for amateurs and others who work with scroll saws, picture framing, etc. 
It has proved so valuable to mechanics in all the lighter kinds of wood-working, and so useful about offices, stores and dwellings, for 
making slight repairs of windows, doors, furniture, etc., that it seems likely to be wanted in every household. 

No. IOI. Block Plane, 3 'i In. in Length, 1 In. Cutter ....... Each, $0 20 





No. 102. Block Plane, 5'. In. in Length, \% In. Cutter. No. 110. Block Plane, 7^ In. in Length, \}{ In. Cutter. 

Each, $o 40 j Each, $0 60 

No. 103. Adjustable Block Plane, 5^ Inches in Length, No. 120. Adjustable Block Plane, Ti Inches in Length, 

1 % In. Cutter. Each, $0 60 ! 1^ In. Cutter. Each, $0 85 




No. 130. Block Plane (Double-Ender), 8 In. in Length, i'X In. Cutter ..... Each, $0 80 

Patent Improved Rabbet Plane. Pull-Nose Rabbet Plane. 



WITH STEEL CASE. 




No. 80. Rabbet Plane. Skew, 9 In. in Length, 1 '_. In. Cutter. 

Each, $1 10 
No. DO. Rabbet Plane, Skew, 9 In. in Length, with Spur. 

Each, $1 25 



Adjustable < Ihamfer Plane. 




This ,vill be found a very useful Tool by all wood-workers, 
enabling the owner to work close up into corners, where it is 
found necessary to do so. The mouth to this Plane can readily 
be made open or close, by means of the screw on the top which 
passes through a slot in the upper section of the stock. 

No. 75. Iron Stock, 4 In. in Length. 1 In. Cutter, Kach. $0 50 

Patent Adjustable Circular Plane. 




The front section of this Plane, to which the Cutter is 
attached, is movable up and down. It can be firmly secured to 
the rear section of the Plane at any desired point by means of 
a Thumb-Screw. Without the use of any other tool, this Plane 
will do perfect chamfer or stop-chamfer work of all ordinary 
widths. 

When the two sections are clamped together so as to 
form an even base-line, the tool can tie used as an ordinary 
bench plane. 
No. T«. Iron Stock, In. in Length. 1 ft In. Cutter, Each, $2 00 




This Plane has a Flexible Steel Face, and by means of 
the thumb-screws at each end of the stock can be easily adapted 
to plane circular work — either concave or convex. 



No. 113. i}» In. Cutter 



Each. $4 00 



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406 

"MILLER'S" 

Patent Combined Plow, Filletster and Matching Plane. 





This Tool embraces, in a most ingenious and successful 
combination, the common Carpenter's Plow, an Adjustable 
Filletster and a perfect Matching Plane. The entire assort- 
ment can be kept in smaller space, or made more portable than 
an ordinary Carpenter's Plow. 



The above engraving represents the Tool, adjusted for use 
as a Plow. With each Plow eight bits (1/8, 3/16, 1/4, 5/16, 3/8, 
7/10, 1/2 and 5/8 inch) are furnished ; also a Touguing Tool (1/4 
inch), and by use of the latter, together with the 1/4 inch Plow 
Bit for grooving, a perfect Matching Plane is made. 




Each Plane is accompanied by a Slitting Tool, a Tongue Tool (1/4 inch;, a Filletster Cutter, and eight Plow Bits (1/8, 3/16, 1/4, 5/16, 

3/8, 7/16, 1/2 and 5/8 inches). 

Combined Plow and RCa.to1l.irLg Plane. 

Including Plow Bits, Slitting and Tonguing Tools. 

No. 43. Iron Stock and Fence . . . Each, $ 7 00 

No. 44. Gun Metal Stock and Fence . . " 10 00 



Combined. Plow, Filletster and Matching Plane. 

Including Plow Bits, Slitting and Tonguing Tools. 
No. 41. Iron Stock and Fence . . . Each, $ 9 00 
No. 42. Gun Metal Stock and Fence . " 12 00 



TRACT'S" 



Patent Adjustable Dado, Filletster, Plow, Etc. 




The Tool here represented consists of two sections : A main stock 
with two bars, or arms ; and a sliding section, having its bottom, or face, 
level with that of the main stock. 

It can be used as a Dado of any required width, by inserting the bit 
into the main stock, and bringing the sliding section up to the edge of the 
bit. The two spurs, one on each section of the Plane, will thus be brought 
exactly in front of the edges of the bit. The gauge on the sliding section 
will regulate the depth to which the Tool will cut. 



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By attaching the Guard-plate, shown above, to the sliding 
section, the Tool may be readily converted into a Plow, a Fil- 
letster, or a Matching Plane— as explained in the printed in- 
structions which go in every box. 

Adjustable Dado, Filletster, Plow, Etc. 

Including Plow Bits, Tonguing and Grooving Tools. 

No. 46. Iron Stock and Fence . Each, $7 00 



The Tool is accompanied by eight Plow Bits (3/16, 1/4, 
5/16, 3/8, 1/2, 5/8, 7/S and 1 1/4 inch), a Filletster Cutter and a 
Tonguing Tool. All these bits are secured in the main stock 
on a skew. 



No. 47. 



-A-dj-u stable Dado. 

Including Bits (3/8, 5/8, 7/8, 1 1/4 Inch). 
Iron Stock and Fence 



Each, $4 00 



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Patent Tongning 



and Grooving Plane. 



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Two separate Tools, which are always used in connection with each other, are here combined in one ; thus affording to the 
owner two superior Tools, in a cheap form, and occupying no more space in a chest or on a bench than one ordinary Tonguing or 
Grooving Tool. 

No. 4§. Iron Stock and Fence (including Tonguing and Grooving Tools! .... Each, $2 50 



Wood-workers' Handy Router Plane. 



"Stanley's" Universal Hand Beader. 





This Tool should be added to the kit of every skilled 
Carpenter, Cabinet Maker, Stair Builder, Pattern Maker or 
Wheelwright. 

When in the form shown in the illustration it is perfectly 
adapted to smooth the bottom of grooves, panels, or all depres- 
sions below the general surface of any woodwork. 

The Bits can also be clamped to the backside of the up- 
right post, and outside of the stock. In this position they will 
plane into corners, or will smooth surfaces not easily reached 
with any other tool, as the form of the shank enables the Bit to 
work either parallel with the stock lengthwise, or at a right 
angle with it. 

No. 71. Iron Stock, with Steel Bits (^ and }£ In.) Each, $1 50 



For Beading, Reeding, or Fluting, straight or irregular 
surfaces this tool is invaluable to wood-workers. 

Six superior steel cutters go with each tool. Both ends 
are sharpened, thus embracing six ordinary sizes of Beads, four 
sets of Reeds and two Fluters. 

The cutter is firmly clamped to the stock. A gauge with 
long straight bearing surfaces is used in ordinary work ; and a 
gauge with oval bearing surfaces is used for curved or irregular 
forms of work. 

Either gauge can be shifted from one side of the cutter 
to the other, without separating it from the stock, and can be 
rigidly set at any required distance from either side of the cutter. 



No. «6. 



Iron Stock, with Six Steel Cutters 
Extra Cutters or Blanks for same . 



Each, $1 00 
05 



"Steers" Improved Iron Planes. 

AD.TTTSTA-BIjTr; WOOD BOTTOM. 




klCT SHOWING THE COMPOSITF BOTTOM. 

PATENTED IMPROVEMENTS ARE : 

1. A Composite Bottom, the bottom of the Plane being inlaid with Rosewood strips securely dove-tailed into the iron, so 
combined as to prevent the wood from wearing away, by which improvement one of the greatest objections to Iron Planes is avoided, 
viz. : the clinging of the Plane when in use to the work. 

2. The Improved method of fastening the Cutter in the Plane, doing away with the heavy third iron used 111 some planes, and 
allowing the use of a HEAVIER cutting iron*, therebv avoiding all possibility of chattering. 

3. The Adjustable Mouth, which, ill an entirely new way. may be made wide or narrow with great ease. 
No 303. Smooth Plane. S In. Long. 1 \, In. Cutter. Each, $3 00 , No. 305. Jack Plane, 14 In. Long, 2" s In. Cutter, Each. $3 75 
No. 3©4L 9 " 2 325 No. 306. Fore " 18 " " 2V 4 75 

No 30T. lointer, 22 In. Long. 2H In. Cutter Each, $5 50 

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Victor" Iron Planes. 



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Block Plane. 



Jack, Fore and. Jointer Plane. 



Smooth Plane. 




iiili*'"- 

(Si ■ '- m *m 

Nos. Each. 

1. Block Plane, Adjustable Muuth and Cutter, 6 In. in 

Length, i}( In. Cutter, Polished Trimmings . $1 50 
\%. Block Plane, Adjustable Mouth and Cutter, 6 In. in 

Length, ij^ In. Cutter, Nickel-Plated Trimmings I 75 

3. Smooth Plane, with Adjustment, Sji In. in Length, 

1 % In. Cutter, Polished Trimmings 3 00 

3}4- Smooth Plane, with Adjustment, 8 'i In. in Length, 

1 Jt In. Cutter, Nickel-Plated Trimmings . . -3 75 

4. Smooth Plane, with Adjustment, 9 In. in Length, 

2 In. Cutter, Polished Trimmings 3 25 

\}i Smooth Plane. withA djustmeut, 9 In. in Length, 

2 In. Cutter, Nickel-Plated Trimmings . . . . 4 00 

5. Jack Plane, with Adjustment, 14 In. in Length, 2 In. 

Cutter, Polished Trimmings 3 75 



Nos. Kacli. 

5^. Jack Plane, with Adjustment, 14 In. in Length, 2 In. 

Cutter, Nickel-Plated Trimmings $4 50 

6. Fore Plane, with Adjustment, 18 In. in Length, 

%y% In. Cutter, Polished Trimmings 4 75 

6^. Fore Plane, with Adjustment, 18 In. in Length, 

2}i In. Cutter, Nickel-Plated Trimmings . . . 5 50 

7. Jointer Plane, with Adjustment, 22 In. in Length, 

2^8 In. Cutter, Polished Trimmings .... 5 50 
?/4' Jointer Plane, with Adjustment, 22 In. in Length, 

iY% In. Cutter, Nickel-Plated Trimmings . . . 6 25 

8. Jointer Plane, with Adjustment, 24 In. in Length. 

2% In. Cutter, Polished Trimmings 6 50 

& l A* Jointer Plane, with Adjustment, 24 In. in Length, 

2% In. Cutter, Nickel-Plated Trimmings . . . 7 25 



Combined Smooth Rabbet and Filletster Plane. 

The tool represented below consists of an Iron Smooth Plane, (same as our No. 4 Plane) and is so constructed that by means 
of the attachments which accompany it, it can also be used as a Rabbet Plane or a Filletster. 





This view of the Tool shows the Cutter on one side to be 
flush with the head of the stock to the Plane, adapting it for 
use as a Rabbet Plane ; also, there is shown in this view the 
depth gauge, spur in edge of stock, and the fence, all of which 
belong to the tool when used as a Filletster. 



This view of the Tool shows the socket, which cau be 
screw T ed on to the side of the stock, and through which a bar 
slides. The fence can thus be moved to any required distance 
from the edge of the stock, making an Adjustable Filletster of 
any desired width up to 2 inches. 



No. 11. Combined Smooth, Rabbet and Filletster Plane, 9 In. Long, 2 In. Cutter, Polished Trimmings . 
No. \iyi. " " " " 9 " 2 " Nickel-Plated Trimmings 



Each, $5 00 
■ " 5 50 



'B. Bailey 



Pocket Block Plane. 



Improved Adjustable ( "irculnr Plane. 




No. 12. 4'/ z In. in Length. \% In. Cutter, Japanned Finish, 
Polished Trimmings. Each, $0 75 

No. 12j£. 4K In. in Length, 1% In. Cutter, Japanned Finish, 
Nickel-Plated Trimmings. Each, $1 00 




Its smallest working capacity is i8!4 inches outside circle 
and I2J^ inches inside circle. Both ends of the face of the 
Plane are moved simultaneously and precisely alike, by means 
of one screw. The simplicity of its operation is uuequaled. 
No. 20. Circular Plaue, 9!^ In. in Length, i}{ In. Cutter. 
Nickel-Plated Trimmings. Each, $5 00 



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"Excelsior" Chests and Tools. 



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These Chests are all made from the best selections of young growth Chestnut, trimmed with heavy Black Walnut mouldings, with 
sliding Drawers and Tills, with fancy lifting Handles, Lock and Key, all complete. Tools all first-class. 



Price 



No. 20. Chest and. Tools. 



Size, 14 inches long, 6% inches wide, and 5 inches deep. 
Contains 20 tools, as follows: 



$5 00 



1 Smoothing Plane, 

1 Claw Hammer, 

1 Polished Mallet, 

1 Try Square, 

2 Brad Awls (Handled), 
1 Saw File and Handle, 

1 Pair Flat Nose Pliers, 

2 Nail Gimlets, 
1 Marking Awl, 



1 Hand Saw, 

1 Hatchet, 

1 Marking Gauge, 

1 Screw Driver, 

2 Chisels and Handle, 

1 Hickory Hand Screw, 

1 Lead Pencil, 

1 Four Fold Rule, one foot long. 



No. 22. Chest and Tools. 



Price 



Size, 18 inches long, 8# inches wide, and i>% inches deep, 
Contains 33 tools, as follows: 



1 Smoothing Plane. 

1 Shingling Hatchet, 

1 Ball Brace, 

i- Four Fold Foot Rule, 

1 Trying Square, 

1 Cabinet File (Handled), 

1 Claw Hammer, 

1 Pair Flat Nose Pliers, 

2 Brad Awls (Handled), 
1 Japanned Oil Can, 

1 Hindoo Oil Stone, 

1 Pair Carpeuter's Pincers, 

3 Nail Gimlets (Assorted), 
1 Screw Driver Bit, 



1 Hand Saw (Filed and Set), 

1 Hickory Mallet, 

2 Double Cut Bits, 

1 Hickory Hand Screw, 

3 Firmer Chisels (Polished Handles), 
1 Marking Gauge, 

1 Saw File (Handled), 

1 Screw Driver, 

1 Marking Awl (Handled), 

1 Lead Pencil, 

1 Nail Punch, 

1 Pair Compasses, 

1 Pocket Level. 



No. 24. Chest and Tools. 



Price 



$16 50 



Size, 21 iuches loug, 10H inches wide, and s 1 a inches deep. 
Contains 60 tools, as follows; 



1 Smoothing Plane, 

1 Hickory Mallet. 

1 Marking Gauge. 

1 Hand Saw (Filed and Set), 

1 Chalk Line Keel, with Awl, 

1 Lend Pencil, 

2 Brad Awls (Haudted), 
1 Pocket Level. 

1 Brad Awl Set (20 tools), 

1 Two Foot Rule, 

1 Hickory Hand Screw, 

1 Hindoo Oil Stone, 

1 Pair Compasses. 

1 Pair Flat Nosed Pliers, 

1 Cabinet Drawing Knife. 

1 Marking Awl (Handled). 

1 Bench Screw. 



1 Jack Plane. 

1 Shingling Hatchet, 

1 Claw Hammer, 

1 Ball Brace. 

1 Saw File (Handled), 

1 Nail Punch, 

1 Pair Carpenter's Pincers, 

1 Trving Square. 

4 Firmer Chisels Polished Handles). 

\ Japanned Oil Can, 

1 Screw Driver. 

3 Nail Gimlets Assorted), 

4 Brace Bits (Assorted), 
1 Screw Driver Bit, 

1 Chalk Line. 

1 Plated Corkscrew. 



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Price 



No. 21. Chest and Tools. 



$7 00 



Size, 16 inches long, 7^ iuches wide, and 5^ inches deep. 
Coutains 25 tools, as follows: 

1 Hand Saw (Filed aud Set), 



1 Smoothing Plane, 
1 Shingling Hatchet, 
r Marking Gauge, 

1 Trying Square, 

2 Brad Awls (Handled), 

1 Marking Awl (Handled), 
1 Pair Flat Nose Pliers, 
1 Saw File (Handled), 

3 Nail Gimlets (Assorted), 
1 Pair Carpenter's Pincers, 
1 Chalk Line Reel. 



1 Claw Hammer, 
1 Hickory Mallet, 
1 Screw Driver, 

1 Lead Pencil, 

2 Firmer Chisels (Polished Handles) 
1 Cabinet File (Handled), 

1 Hickory Hand Screw, 

1 Four Fold One Foot Rule, 

1 Nail Punch. 



No. 23. Chest and Tools. 

Price ....... $12 50 

Size, 19J4 iuches loug, $ l A inches wide, and y% inches deep. 
Contains 46 tools, as follows: 
1 Hand Saw 1 Filed and Set), : Trying Square, 

1 Pair Flat Nose Pliers, 1 Cabinet File, 

4 Firmer Chisels (Polished Handles), 1 Jack Plane, 



1 Hickory Mallet, 

6 Brace Bits (Assorted), 

1 Claw Hammer, 

1 Hickory Hand Screw, 

1 Pair Carpenter's Pincers. 

1 Chalk Line, 

1 Japanned Oil Can, 

2 Saw Files (Handled', 

2 Brad Awls Handled). 
1 Lead Pencil. 

3 Nail Gimlets (Assorted:, 
1 Plated Cork Screw, 

1 Cabinet Drawing Knife, 
1 Bench Screw, 



1 Ball Brace, 

1 Shingling Hatchet. 

1 Nail Punch, 

1 Chalk Line Reel. 

1 Hindoo Oil Stone, 

1 Marking Gauge, 

1 Two Foot Rule. 

1 Pair Compasses, 

1 Marking Awl (Handled). 

2 Sewing Awls (Handled), 
1 Screw Driver, 

1 Pocket Level, 
1 Screw Driver Bit. 



No. 25. Chest and Tools. 



Price 



Size, 25 iuches long, 12^ inches wide, and 9J4 inches deep. 
Contains 70 tools, as follows: 
1 Hand Saw Filed and set), 
1 Panel Saw Filed and Set), 
1 Smoothing Plane 



$24 00 



1 Hickorv Hand Screw, 

3 Nail Gimlets (Assorted), 

1 Trying Square, 

1 Lead Pencil, 

1 Two Foot Iron Square, 

1 Brad Awl Set ,20 tools). 

1 Claw Hammer, 

1 Marking Gauge. 

1 Pair Flat Nose Pliers. 

1 Hindoo Oil Stone. 

1 Chalk Line Reel, with Awl. 

1 Eight Inch Screw Driver, 

1 Cabinet File (Handled), 

2 Brad Awls (Handled), 
1 Pocket Level. 

1 Marking Awl (Handled), 
1 Plated Corkscrew, 



1 Two Foot Rule. 

1 Half Inch Auger Bit. 

1 Shingling Hatchet, 

1 Ball Brace. 

1 Pair Compasses. 

I Saw File (Handled). 

6 Firmer Chisels (Polished Handles), 

1 Jack Plane. 

1 Hickorv Mallet, 

4 Brace Bits (Assorted). 

1 Nail Punch, 

1 Six Inch Screw Driver, 

1 Japanned Oil Can, 

1 Pair Carpenter's Pincers. 

1 Screw Driver Bit. 

1 Wood Rasp (Handled). 

2 Sewing Awls (Handled). 
1 Chalk Line. 

1 Cabinet Drawing Knife. 
1 Bench Screw. 



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Sunset" Hatchets. 



SHINGLING. 




LATHING. 




'STJTSTSICT" BRAND HATCHETS. 





HALF-HATCHET. 



JBroad. 



Nos. 

Width of Cut, Inch, 

Per Dozen, 


1 2 

4 4'A 
$10 50 11 50 


3 

5 
13 00 




\ 5 

5'A 6 
14 50 16 50 


6 

("A 
18 00 


7 

7 

19 So 


8 

VA 
22 00 


Nos. 1 
Per Dozen, $8 00 


Shingling. 

2 

8 50 




3 

9 00 


Nos. 1 
Per Dozen, $8 00 


Lathing. 

2 

8 so 


3 

9 00 



Claw 



Nos. 1 
Per Dozen, $9 00 



2 

9 SO 



3 

10 00 



Nos. 1 
Per Dozen, $8 00 



Half-Hatchet. 

2 

8 so 



3 

9 00 



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SQUARE FACE. 

Yerkes & Plumb's Square Face 

Peck's 

Underbill's " 

" Bell Face 

Haines' Hammer Face 



411 



Lathing Hatchets. 



BOSTON PATTERN. 





BELL FACE. 



HAINES' 


PATTERN. 






Per 


Dozen, 


$25 00 
18 00 
18 00 
20 00 
15 00 



Boat or Hunters' Hatchets. 




No. I 



Tcr Dozen, $10 00 No. 2 



Per Dozen, $11 00 



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Axes. 



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Handled. Axes. 




Weight. 


Clean 
Cut. 


Sunset 
Ohio. 


Powell 
Tool Co. 


Peck's 
Ohio. 


Peck's 
Supekii. 


3 to 4^ 


$12 00 


13 00 


IS S° 


IS So 


16 so 


4 to 5 
4'A to $'A 


$12 SO 


13 So 


16 00 


16 00 


17 00 


4<A to 6 


$13 00 


14 00 


16 50 


16 50 


17 So 



'HUNT'S," SAME LIST PRICK A.S "PECK'S" SUPERB. 

TTnhandled Axes. 




Weights 


Sunset. 


Albion. 


Eureka. 


limns. 


3 to 4, and 3'A to 4.^ ...... Per Dozen, 


$10 so 


11 50 


11 75 


11 so 



Peck's" Double Bitted Axes. 

California, Falling and Swamping Patterns. 



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All Steel, Half Polished 
Full 



Per Dozen, $18 00 
" " '20 00 
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Firemen's Handled Axes. 



413 



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Finished in Red 



Per Dozen, $34 00 



Boys' and Freighters' Axes. 




Boys' Axes, "Sunset," Weight 2 lbs, 28 Inch Handle 

" " "Hunt's," " 2 " 28 " " 

Freighters' " "Sunset," 3 " 30 " 



Per Dozeu, $10 00 

13 5° 
12 00 



Coopers' Axes and Adzes. 





Cooprls' \x. ■•-. 



Barton's, No. 1, Width ol Cut 10 Inches 
" 2, 8] 



Per Dozen, $36 00 
30 00 



( Joopers' Adzes. 



Barton's, No. 1, Bolted Handle, Weight 4 lbs 

" 2, - " " 3 " 



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Adzes. 



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SHIP ADZE. 



"Peck's" or "Hunt's." 



Ship Adze 
House " 



Per Dozen, $25 00 
" 24 00 




'" Barton's." 

Millwrights' Half Head Adze, per Dozen, $24 00 
Ship Adze . . .... j 00 




MILLWRIGHTS'. 




" Morton's." 




Ship Adze Per Dozen 


$33 00 


Lipped " . " " 


36 00 




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Broad Axes. 





HUNT'S, SHIP. 



WESTERN PATTERN.' 



HORTON'S. SHIP. 



Horton's, Usual Weight 

Barton's, 

Hunt's, " 



Ship Broad. Axes. 



Per Dozen, $45 00 
" " 36 00 

" " 30 00 



"Western Pattern" Broad Axes. 



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Peck's or Hunt'i, Weight 5 to 7 </ 2 lbs . 

8 " 9 " 



Per Dozen, $32 00 
35 00 



"Our" Saw. 



415 



WARRANTED CAST STKBL. 



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Beech Handle, Polished Edge, with 3 Screws, set and Sharpened. 






Inch, 12 


14 16 18 20 22 


24 


26 


Per Dozen, $4 50 


S 00 S 50 6 00 6 50 7 00 


7 So 


8 00 



Disston's" Saws, No. 7. 




■lilllll^ 3SS 



Gist Steel, warranted, Beech Handle, Polished Edge, 4 Improved Screws, Grained Blade. 



Inch. 14 


16 


18 


20 


22 


24 


26 


28 


Per Dozen, $12 00 


13 00 


14 00 


16 00 


18 00 


19 00 


20 00 


23 50 



" Disston's" Saws, No. 9. 








Extra London Spring Steel, warranted. Apple Handle, Polished Edge, 4 Improved Screws, Grained Blade. 



Inch, 16 



Per Dozen, 15 50 



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18 
17 00 



20 

19 00 



24 
23 00 



26 

24 00 



28 

28 00 



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"Disston's" Saws, No. 12. 





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1 1 ill 1 It 1 1 Vt 1 1-t-WVV 



Extra Refined London Spring Steel, Selected and highly Polished Blade, Handle Carved and Polished, 4 Improved 
Brass Screws, the finest Hand Saw manufactured. 



Inches, 16 
Per Dozen, $20 00 



18 

22 00 



20 

24 00 



22 

26 00 



24 

28 00 



26 

30 00 



28 

34 00 



Disston's " Skew-Back Saws. 



HAND S A. W. 





It combines the popular "Skew-Back," the peculiar shaped butt or heel, which, with the new Screws, makes it almost impos- 
sible to work loose from the handle, and gives the full sweep of the saw without the possibility of catching in the work. 
All the above features are patented. 



Inches, 16 


18 


20 


22 


24 


26 


28 


Per Dozen, $14 50 


16 00 


17 So 


19 5° 


21 00 


22 00 


25 00 



" Enterprise " Combination Saw. 



•.'•." : ,1 "?''V""'',v '■ '» 

„- ..;■!■■, '"■': '■ ^ ' 10 ' 8 



,,,(.^^2''" 



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Beech Handle, Polished Edge, 3 Plain Screws, Set and Sharpened. 24 Inch, Etched Rule. 



Saw, 26 Inch 



Per Dozen, $9 00 

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417 




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Size, Inch, 8 
Per Dozen, $13 00 



10 
14 00 



16 00 



No. 4. APPLE WOOD HANDLES. 

14 16 18 

18 00 20 00 22 00 



24 00 



22 

26 00 



24 

28 00 



Oast Steel Compass Saws. 



Size, Inch, 10 
Per Dozen, $4 25 




4 SO 



No. 2. APPLE WOOD HANDLES. 

■4 
4 75 



16 
S 00 



is 
5 25 









Xist of Saws. 

Sits Complete, combining a Key Hole, Compass and Pruning Saw, 

with Handle [sets] . . Per Dozen, $12 00 

Key Hole Blades Only . . " " 1 50 

Compass " " " 3 00 

Pinning " . . . " " 5 00 

Handles and Screws . . . " " 2 50 

Tbrbb Sits in \ Box. 



K<-\ I [ole .-saw and 1 'ad. 




Saw Complete 



Per Dozen, $2 50 Blades Only 



/.en. $1 50 



S;i\v I'ails. 



Beech Handle, Steel Screws 

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Per Dozen, 



$4 00 



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Pruning Saws. 



CALIFOENIA. 




California Draw Cut Pruner 



Per Dozen, $7 00 



"Little G-iant" Pruning Hook and. Saw. 




V PHU-ADA.* 



Hook and Saw 



Per Dozen, $18 00 



Reversible Pruner. 









16 Inch 



Per Dozen, $12 00 | 18 Inch . 

"Brown's" Pruning Saws. 






Per Dozen, $13 00 






Size, Inch, 12 
No. 3. Per Dozen, $5 50 



14 

6 00 


16 
6 75 

Felloe Webs. 


18 

7 S° 



20 

8 50 



22 
9 So 



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.STANDARD GAUGES. ASSOKTBD WIDTHS. 



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Size, Inch, 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 32 34 36 

Per Dozen, $1 60 1 85 2 10 2 35 2 70 3 00 3 30 3 65 4 00 4 40 4 80 520 5 60 6 00 



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No. 0. Kitchen Saws. 



419 



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Size, 14 Inch 



Per Dozen, $7 50 | Size, 16 Inch 



Butcher Bow Saws. 



Per Dozen, $8 00 



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No. 


2. Flat Back. 




Inches, 14 


16 




18 20 


22 


Per Dozen, $11 75 


12 50 




13 25 14 00 


'4 75 



24 
15 So 



"Henry Disston & Sons" Butchers' Bow Back Saws. 



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Inches, 18 
Per Dozen, $28 00 



No. 5. California Flat Steel Back, Clock Spring Blued Blade. 

20 
29 00 




: PI1ST0N »■« 



USim 



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24 

31 00 





No. 6. California Oval Steel Back. 


Inches, 16 


18 20 22 


Dozen, $20 00 


21 00 22 00 23 00 




Butcher Saw Blades. 



Size, 24 Inch, Clock Spring Blued Blades 



24 
24 00 



Per Dozen, S7 00 



Cast Steel Saw Knives. 



Price 



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Per Dozen, $5 25 



420 



American Hack Saws. 



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Hack Saws, with Stubbs' Blades, Complete. 

Inches, S 10 12 

Per Dozen, $18 00 21 00 24 00 



Stubbs' Hack Saw Blades. 
14 Inches, 8 10 12 14 10 

27 00 Per Dozen, $3 00 4 50 6 00 7 00 9 00 



" < iriiiin's" I [ack Saw. 




One Dozen Blades Willi Each Frame, 
Size, 9 Inch Blade, Complete with Frame ......... 

Extra Blades ....... l'er Dozen, $0 75 



Per Dozen, $18 00 



"Disston's" Great American One Man Saw 




PA 1 'EM III'. OCTOBER |TH 



GREATAMERICAN 
VMnRAKTVO QJ SUPERIOR 



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Size, Feet, 3 
Each, $2 75 



y/2 4 

3 00 3 50 

ri "i "ii.i-; TOOTH. 

^^vDISSTONS.s^ 
CAST-BTECO? J/v'AHRANTLD 



4'. 
4 00 



5 
4 SO 



W * V *"^/^^ 



Price 



Per Foot, $0 60 



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< UVMI'IOX TOOTH. X... J. 
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CAST STEEL^J WARRANTCO 




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Price 



WVWV- 

Per Pool, $0 60 



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Per Foot, $0 60 






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"Disstou & Sons" Warranted Extra Tempered Pit Saws. 



M1IB11SSIII 1 



^»w|g^^^ i j <.''»/''/; 



Size, Feet, 6 
Each, $6 00 



6'i 
6 50 



Tillers and Boxes for Pit f-s.-iws. Complete. 

Price, $2 50 



7 
7 00 





Box for Pit Saw 



Each $1 00 I Tiller 



Bach, $i 50 



Patent Ground and Tempered ( !ast steel Wood Saw Blades. 



JACKS* >N. 



t Mini hmi.ihmuMininili.xMr.iiii, 



No. I. Set and Sharpened, 30 inches 



Per Dozen. $2 75 



-~*wiui 11 



MAK'SHALL. 

uimiii'iin 1. 



1 1 r 1 1 . t . > r^ " 



N<> :t. Set and Sharpened, 30 Indies 



Per Dozen, $3 75 



DISSTON & SONS' CAST 9TKKL, 



No. 6. Set and Sharpened, 30 Inches ......... 

mSSTON'S IMl'UOVKD WOOll SLA/W HI.AIIES. 



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Per Dozen, $6 00 



Per Dozen, $6 50 



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"Disston & Sons" Wood Saws. 



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CLXMLAJS; FEAMB, No. 60. 
Patented Feb. zz, 1871. 



DISSTON" & SON'S' No. 6. 





No. 60. Framed Complete. 

With No. 77 Blade . ... Per Dozen, $10 00 

" " 6 " . . . . 9 50 



No. 0. Framed Complete. 

With No. 6 Blade . . . Per Dozen, $9 00 

" " 4 " . . . . " " 6 00 

" " 3 " . . . . 7 00 

THESE ABE PUT UP IN HALF-DOZEN BUNDLES OB BOXES. 



"Eclectic" No. 40 "Wood Saw. 




Frame Painted Rod. 



Complete with Special No. 6 Blade 



Per Dozen, $11 00 



PACKED rN HALF-DOZEN BOXES. 



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Size, Inches, 10 12 14 16 18 20 22 24 26 28 30 

Per Dozen, $10 75 12 00 13 25 14 75 15 75 17 50 18 50 19 50 20 50 21 50 22 50 



'Griffin's" Patent Saw Blades. 



Star Bracket Saw Blades. 



STRONGEST. 



Griffins 

Patent 



2 — 

3 ' 

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5 '"" 1 

6 """" " 7 £or Blades ["" • •""' • 

7 I ( ll r 1 1 r ( T Jtiji ftirffiniM 



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ALL NUMBERS 

FROM 

No. 000 to 7 
Per Gross . $1 50 



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ALL NUMBERS 

FROM 

No. 000 to 7 
Per Gross . . $1 50 



The " New Langdon " Mitre Box. 




Size N"o. 1, wilh Saw -i iTiehes Wide Under Back. 

With 18 Inch Disston & Sons' Saw . Each, $7 75 

" 20 " " " " . . "8 25 



Size No. ^. Saw «1 Inches "Wide Under Back, 
with BjXtexxsion Lever, 



With 22 Iucb Disston & Sons' Saw 
" 24 " 



Each. $ 9 75 
10 25 



Sixe ]Vo. £ 1/3- Saw 5 Inches "Wide under Hack, 
with Kxtension Lever. 



With 28 Inch Disston & Sons' Saw 



Each, $12 00 



Sixe ^N~o. 3, wilh Saw i> Inches Wide under 33ack. 

With 30 Inch Disston & Sons' Saw . Each, $20 00 



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Size 1 gives 6 Inch width at right angles. 4 at mitre. 
.1 2 •• 9 u; " " •• " 6% 



Size 2'. gives 9'. Inch width at right angles, 6'J at mitre. 
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"Olmsted's" Mitre Box. 




These Mitre Boxes are made in two sizes, and are of the best workmanship and are nicely finished. The iron work is painted 
and varnished, and the frames are finished in oil varnish, making them impervious to the action of the atmosphere. A moulding 
3 by 1% inches can be sawed in the No. 1 size, and 4 by 2 ' 2 inches in the No. 2 size. 

It is suggested that when a narrow-blade saw is used, that a piece of board be placed in the bottom of the Mitre Box, which 
will bring the work up and also prevent the saw from cutting the bottom of the box. 



No. 1. Without Saw 
No. 2. 



bach, $1 25 
1 75 



"Alexander's" Adjustable Gauge. 




Attach the Gauge to the plane so that the depression in the center of the wing of the Gauge shall be directly opposite the 
cutting edge of the plane iron. 



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"Prize Demas" Lathe and Scroll Saw. 




Description of "Prize Demas" Scroll Saw. 



This machine, as its name indicates, will be a prize to any one fortunate enough to possess one of them. Its principles art- 
such as practical experience have proven to excel iu every particular. Five years of constant devotion to the public's wants has pro- 
duced this result ; in it we have overcome every defective point which may have been brought up by some of the many thousands 
who, in the past five years, have used a lathe and saw of some description, and we can now truthfully say that in this machine you 
1 perything that the heart may crave for, and put up in such a manner as will give you perfect satisfaction. It is as much a 
necessity in every household as the sewing machine, and its benefits are much greater. Every man can be proud of it Every 
machine, or part thereto, is thoroughly inspected before leaving the factory. Still, as heretofore, we consider it a favor for any 
party to notify us at once should they get a machine which is not perfectly satisfactory- in every respect, as we have always made it a 
point to please all and wish to continue to do the same. 

'I'he above cut is an exact representation of the true proportions of Ibis machine, which is exceedingly symmetrical and tasty 
in appearance. While we have been sparing of the iron, it has been properly and practically distributed, producing the greatest 
possible strength. 

Dimensions and capacity of machine are as follows : Height from floor to top of lathe bed, 27^ in. ; to centers, 30 in. ; to top 
m tabic, ;j in, ; length of lathe bed, 24', in. ; it will turn a piece 16 in. long and 5 in. in diameter; diameter of balance wheel. 
14 in. ; weight, 11 lbs ; stroke of crank, 4 in. ; size of lathe spindle, 7/16; short rest, 4 in. long; long rest, 12 in. ; stroke of scroll 
saw. 1 ', in. ; it will cut 1 ' ■ in. thick, if necessary, but 1 in. practically, and swing 20 in. in the clear ; it has tilting table, which is 
ground and polished ; the ways to lathe bed are also ground and polished — in fact it is so finished that it will do just as fine work 
and just as satisfactorily as any 550.00 lathe and saw Chucks for holding drills, etc.. can be attached. Weight. 50 pounds. 

Price ............ $10 OO 



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The New "Rogers" Saw 



"Lester" Improved Saw. 




All Parts made to Interchange. 

While our Jig Saw possesses every improvement and ad- 
vantage claimed for any other in the market, we further claim 
the following points of superiority, viz. : 

1. The Bearings to the Arms are carefully sized to bring 
them in perfect line. (This is a vital point in the construction 
of any Jig Saw.) 

2. We provide each machine with a Dust Blower, which is 
a very great advantage. 

3. Our machine has a jointed Stretcher Rod, which allows 
the operator to throw the upper arm out of the way when ad- 
justing his work or saw. This joint also permits the machine 
to work much more freely than with a straight iron rod. 

4. Our clamps have a hinged jaw, which overcomes the 
disagreeable raking overthrow of the blade, which is unavoid- 
able when the saws are secured rigidly to the arms. Saw blades 
are not nearly so liable to break when clamps have this joint. 
Thus a large per centagc of the expense of running the saw is 
saved. Besides this the saw runs much easier, the swing 
coming at the hinge instead of bending the blade with each 
stroke of the saw. 

5. The Balance Wheel is 4V inches in diameter, with a 
handsome spoke center and Kim of Solid Emery (No. 70), 

tt*U- 

Our attachment for Drilling is on the Right Hand side of 
the machine, which, for convenience, is an obvious advantage. 



Price, Complete 



$6 00 



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PRICE OF FANCY WOODS 

Thickness, Inch, i/S 
White Holly, $0 20 
Mahogany, $0 20 
Black Walnut, $0 12 


PER 


SQUARE FOOT. 

3/16 
O 20 
20 
12 


i/4 
25 
25 
15 




This machine is adapted alike to the use of cither amateurs or mechanics 
and will be found very convenient in pattern making. 

The Lester Saw is made of iron and steel, except the Pit- 
man and Arms, which are Ash. The Iron Work is nicely 
japanned black, with stripes of red and gilt. The Wood Work 
is varnished, bringing out the beautiful grain of the ash. 

The Driving Wheel is 15 inches in diameter, and weighs 13 
lbs. The Treadle is made of Iron from a new and handsome 
pattern. 

th& Stroll Sawing Attachment is provided with a Tilting 
Table for inlaid work. The Arms swinging 18 inches in the 
clear. A Dust Mower which works automatically. A Roller 
inserted in the Table back of the saw, which makes it run per- 
fectly true. The Clamps will hold the coarsest or finest Saw 
perfectly, while they arc made adjustable to the right or left, or 
backward and forward, so that the blade may be kept in line. 
This Saw will cut lumber from 1/16 inch to 2 inches in thick- 
ness. 

The Circular Saw Attachment consists of a Saw 3 inches in 
diameter and an iron table, 3x4^ inches. This Saw will cut 
lumber up to % inch. 

The machine is also furnished with a Solid Emery Wheel 
and Drilling Attachment^ accompanied by 6 best Stubbs Steel 
Drills, of assorted sizes. 

The Lathe Attachment is provided with iron ways and 
rests, steel centers, and 3 fine steel turning tools. Length of 
bed, 15 inches. Distance between centers, 9 inches. Swing, 3 
inches. Length of slide rest, 4 inches. 

The following parts are supplied with each machine, viz. : 
6 Saw Blades, 1 Wrench, Screw Driver, 2 Sheets of Designs, 
and a nice box for the small tools. 

When shipped it is taken apart and packed iu a box, but 
can easily be set up by following the directions accompanying 
each machine. 



Price, with Nickel-Plated Table and Saw Guide, $12 00. 



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"Cricket" Saw. 



No. 2. Bracket Sets. 





For Scroll Sawing alone it is about as good 
as the higher price Saws and the finish is the same 
as our Lester and Rogers' Saws. It has an Iron 
Tilting Table, Second growth Ash Arms, 18 Inches 
long, improved Clamps, etc. 



Price 



$4 SO 



These sets are packed in paper boxes, and^embrace a Spring Steel Saw 
Frame, polished and nickel-plated, 5 x 12 inches, having patent Clamps 
for holding the Saw blades, rosewood handle. Fifty full sized designs, 
embracing a great variety of fancy and useful articles ; 6 Saw Blades, 1 Awl, 
1 Sheet of Impression Paper, and full directions for using the Saw. 



Price 



Per Dozen, $15 00 



Goodell" Lathe. 




This Lathe was designed by Mr. A. D. Goodell, for man; 
years the master mechanic at the factory in Miller's Falls, and 
Liu- inventor of many valuable machines. It is patterned 
almost exactly after the latest improved Lathes now used in the 
bast machine shops and pattern makers' rooms. The large 
driving wheel has two grooves nf varying depths, on its face, to 
give a change of speed, as the belt runs from it to the cone 
pulley on the Lathe head. The higher speed is 11 to 1, the 
lower 7 to 1. The Lathe head is provided with a 2 inch face 
plate, a spur center, a screw center for turning cups, and also 
with a very nice drill chuck to hold from 1/32 to 1/4 inch round 
twist drills for drilling wood or iron. It also has on the outer 
side of the pulley a 4'.. x " s inch solid emery wheel and a drill 
spindle, with set screw, to hold drill points for wood drilling. 
The tail stock has a screw feed center, which is secured at any 
point desired, by a clamping arrangement like that on the 
modern engine lathes. It is also provided with a long and 
short tool rest. 5 turning tools, wrench, drill points, etc.. etc. 
Swing of lathe. 5 inches ; length of bed, 24 inches ; distance 
between centers. 15'.. inches. 

This Lathe is thoroughly built and highly finished, the 
planed and polished parts being nickel-plated. 



Price of Lathe and Lathe Tools 



$12 00 



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Combination Lathes. 

Lathe without Saw Attachments. 



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This Lathe has been made especially to meet a want felt by many for a really good and substantially made foot-lathe at a 
reasonable price, and we think that we can safely say that it is by far the best lathe ever placed on the market at the price asked. 
The bed, head, and tail stocks are of iron ; the spindles of steel. The bearings of the head stock are conical, so that the wear can be 
easily taken up. 

Material 18 inches long and S inches in diameter can be turned on it. 

The pieces that accompany this lathe without extra charge are 2 T rests, 2 plain centers, 1 spur center for wood turning, and 
1 face-plate. 

The bench is made of iron, with a walnut top and drawer for holding tools. Like the lathe, it is well made in all its parts, and 
is strong, neat and solid. 



Circular Saw Attachment. 



Scroll Sawing Attachment. 





The above Circular Sawing Attachment is intended for 
those who desire a good, practical machine, and will be found 
very effective. The table is of iron, planed true, and can be 
adjusted as to height. It has a guide running in a groove at 
right angles with the saw, and a slide operated in a similar 
groove parallel to the saw. The slide can also be adjusted to 
different angles. One each 4 inch slitting and cutting-off saws 
accompany this Attachment. 

Price of Lathe, without Saw Attachments 

with Scroi.i. Saw Attachments 

with both Scroll and Circular Saws 



This Attachment, like that for Circular Saws, is a good and 
thoroughly practical machine, sawing wood at least 1*4 inches 
thick. It is moved by a Pitman connecting it with the face- 
plate by means of a small stud. The bolt of the T rest holder 
is used for fastening this attachment to the lathe, and when not 
in use it can be thrown back behind the shears without entirely 
removing from the lathe, unless so desired. 

The depth between the saw and back or upright is 15 inches. 



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55 00 
70 00 



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lathe almost without an effort. The head spindle is made of 1% i 
keep them true. The tail spindle is % of an inch in diameter, 

Hither right or left hand threads may be cut with this lathe- 
he cut hy using extra gears, which we can furnish to order. 

with this Lathe wc furnish a face-plate, two [minted center 



The CUt represents a new Screw-Cutting Engine Lathe, which swings 8 
inches over shears, 20 inches between centers, and weighs 250 pounds. II is 
made of iron from the floor up, and finished in the most complete and work- 
manlike manner 

This Lathe is made from, entirely new patterns, and is of the latest design 
and very best workmanship. 

For Model-makers, Inventors, Electricians, Sewing Machine Agents, Ama- 
teurs, and others having use for a small Screw-Cutting Lathe, it is just the tool 
that is wanted, and is specially designed for their business and purposes. 

With this Lathe you can turn iron, steel, brass, boue, wood or ivory. Also 
polish, drill, do milling, Screw-CUtting, or any other kind of work that can be 
done on any larger lathe proportionately, and can do all the above satisfactorily, 
as it is designed for solid work, not being a mere toy or plaything. 

The bed has four V's, is 6J^ inches wide, and is thoroughly braced. 

The head-stock is a three-speed cone for one-inch belt. The back gear is 
thrown in and out by a cam. The head is detachable, so as to admit of re-ad- 
justment should the spindle become untrue. All bearings are scraped. The 
tail stock sets over for turning tapers and is fastened down by a cam. 

Hy moving the head stock and driving wheel to the foot of the lathe large 
surfaces may be turned or polished. This is a great feature for pattern makers, 
and others. 

The carriage and rest is of the most approved and latest design. It is gibbed 
to the bed both frout and back. It is detachable for hand work, and can be 
thrown into feed instantly for turning or screw cutting. All thread for screws 
are bastard, that is, half square, half V. The gears are cut from solid metal, in 
the best machinery known for gear cutting, and are as true and noiseless as it is 
possible for metal gear to be. 

The treadle is of wrought augle iron ; the rod supporting the driving wheel 
runs on friction wheels ; the driviuj; wheel weighs about 60 pounds, is turned 
and polished ; the Pitmans slip through a hole in the foot bar, so that if you get 
your fool under the treadle it will not be injured, nor will the treadle unhook. 
The top of the Pitmans are ol gun metal, and the length of the stroke is ad- 
justable. 

The foot motion is the easiest, lightest, and stiffest one known, and runs the 
ich solid steel, and is run in gun metal boxes, provision being made to take up all wear and 

We furnish gears to cut from . to i" threads, to the inch, as per index, other threads may 

. v. rem hes and geai s to cul all the tlin 



Index for Lathe. 

SCREW IS FIVE THREADS TO THE INCH. 



No. Threads 


3 -I 5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


,2 


No. Threads 


'4 


[6 


18 


20 


22 


24 28 


32 


36 


4" 


Spindle . . 


40 |u |ll 


40 


40 


40 


1" 


40 


20 


20 


Spindle . . 


20 


20 


20 


20 


20 


2D 20 


20 


20 


20 


Screws . . 


4S 64 |o 


48 


56 


64 


72 


So 


44 


48 


Screws . . 


56 


64 


72 


SO 


44 


48 56 


64 


72 


80 


Stud . 


















Stud . . . 










It02 


lt02 lt02 


It02 


It02 


It02 



Ruled for G-earmg an Engine Lathe. 

Divide the number of thr ■ which is to 

be cut, bj iiu number of threads In the same length of the leadiugsa 
the lathe, aud the quotient is the ratio that the wheel on th« cud of the 

h .n- to that i>n 1 hi lathe spindle 



Compound < rearing. 

Muiiii ■!;■ pindle by the thread you wish t<> cut, then 

dlvid< b ntact with spindle gear; then multiply by the 

then divide by the number of threads on the 
lathe screw, and the quotient will be the gear for the lathe screw 



PRICE LIST AND DESCRIPTION, 



THE FOLLOWING MADE TO ORDER 



SWIM. 


Ill" IV. ■ 

CRN Tl 

20 In 


1 1 Mill 

OF liu>. 


WEIGHT. 


fKK! 


LATIU 9 
- (VINO. 


CHN'TEkS. 


LENGTH 
OF 1 


WRIGHT. 

270 Pounds. 
280 


PRICK. 


8 Inches. 


36 Inches. 250 Pounds. 


$65 00 


8 inches. 

1 8 " 


30 Inches. 

36 •• 


46 Inches. 

52 


$75 00 
80 00 



< Jountersha ft. 




I'm Above Lathe 



$9 00 



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Screw Cutting Lathe. 



Foot Power Engine Lathe. 



DESCRIPTION OF LATHE. 4 FEET BED. 



INCH SWING, WITH PLAIN GIB REST. 



The Lathe occupies a floor space of 2S x 48 inches, the 
centers being 44 inches high from the floor ; the bed is 48 
inches long, b]/ 2 inches wide, $;4 inches deep, with double 
Vs. for Carriage and Tail Stock. It swings 10 inches over 
bed and 6 inches over Carriage, and will turn 26 inches 
long. 

The Head Stock is back geared, and the cone has three 
speeds for 1 fi inch belt, the smaller being 3 inch diameter, 
the larger 6 inch diameter ; this, with the back gears, gives 
six different speeds, the fastest giving about 1,000 revolutions 
of the Arbor to 100 of the Balance Wheel, and the slowest 
75 of the Arbor to 100 of the Balance Wheel ; this gives a 
sufficient range for all kinds of work. 

The Carriage has a rack and pinion for moving it by 
hand, and a split nut moved by a cam on the face of Carriage 
to throw it in gear with screw ; the reversing motion is in 
Head Stock. 

The Tool Post has a slot for tools )ixi)( inch ; the tool 
is adjusted by a wedge made on the arc of a circle and fitted 
to a convex washer. The leading screw runs the whole 
length of Lathe, and has 10 threads to the inch. A set of 
gears go with the Lathe, which will cut all common threads and a great variety of other sizes, by compounding them. There is a 
screw stop on the Carriage for screw cutting, etc. 

The Tail Stock can be set over for turning tapers, etc. The spindle of Tail Stock is 1 1/16 inch diameter, and has a motion of 
3 inch. The center is fitted to a taper hole, which is the method adopted by all the best makers, and is the same size as the one in 
Head Stock, so that chucks and other tools fitted to one can be used in the other. 

The Foot Motion we consider the best made, the crank is adjustable and the shaft has swivel bearings ; the Balance Wheel is 
22 inch diameter, and has three speeds to match Cone on Head Stock : cuts Screws from 5 to 32 threads to the inch. 
Hollow Steel Spindle in Head, receives Rods up to % inch in diameter. 




Foot Power, Bed 4 Feet 

" 5 " 

Overhead Pulleys for Same 



$180 00 

200 00 
12 50 



The "Briggs" Lathe. 




DESCRIPTION OF THE "BRIOGS" LATHE. 

This Lathe will turn a piece of wood or metal 12 inches long and 6 inches 
in diameter. It can be used with equal advantage for Drilling, Polishing, 
Sawing, etc., etc. The length of bed is 24 inches ; the spindle is made of steel, 
has a conical bearing, and can be tightened as it wears. The bed, head, tail 
stocks and cone pulley are of cast iron and the centers of steel. The following 
pieces are furnished with the Lathe : 2 T rests, 1 face-plate, 2 plain centers, 1 
spur center for wood, 1 plain drill chuck, 1 drill pad and 1 center left blank to 
turn down as a fitting for a universal chuck. The bench weighs 81 pounds, is 
made of iron, with a black walnut top, and has a driving wheel measuring 22 
inches in diameter, with three grooves for changes of speed. 

Lathe, 24 Inch Bed ...... $25 00 

" 30 " " . . . . . 30 00 



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431 





No. 1. No. 3. 

No. 1 represents a small Slide Rest, for use on small Lathes. It has a longitudinal motion of 2j( inches, and a transverse 
motion of lyi inches. It can be used for turning straight or taper work, or for boring straight or taper holes. It can also be raised 
or lowered to suit different heights of centers, and will be found a very useful adjunct to auy small Lathe. 



No. 1 . Description as above 

No. i. Suitable for Lathes 6 and 8 inch Swing 



Each, $10 00 
" 12 00 



New London" Lathe Heads. 




No. O, with Wooden Cone Pulleys, Swings 9 Inch 

No. 1, 12 " 

No. 1/z, 13 " 

No. 2, ' 15 " 



Bach, $20 00 

25 00 

35 00 

" 50 00 



Overhead Hangers and Pulleys. 




No. 1, intended for Lathe Head No. 1, above 
No. l'i, i'.-. " 

No. a, 2 



Each. $12 00 
" 18 00 
" 24 00 



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Anger Bits. 

Mechanics'. 




"Russell Jeuning's." 




"\ 



Inch, 
Per Dozen, 


4 
$300 


5 
3 00 


6 
3 25 


7 
3 25 


8 
3 50 


9 
4 00 


IO 

4 S° 


11 
S 00 


12 
5 5° 


13 
6 00 


Inch, 
Per Dozen, 


14 
$650 


'5 

7 25 
Sets of 13 Bits, 


16 
8 00 

assorted, % 


18 
10 00 

to 1 Inch 


20 
II 00 


22 

12 00 


24 
14 00 


26 
18 00 

Per Set, $5 50 


28 
20 00 


3° 
22 00 



Inch, 4 
Dozen, $3 00 




5 
3 4° 


6 
3 80 




4 4° 


8 
4 80 


9 
5 20 


10 
5 60 


11 
6 10 






12 

6 60 




13 

7 20 


Inch, 14 
Dozen, $7 80 




15 
8 40 


16 
9 00 




18 
10 20 


20 
11 40 


22 
12 60 


24 
13 80 


26 
15 00 






28 
16 20 




30 
17 40 




Sets of 13 Bits, 


assorted, Ji 


to 


Inch 








Per Set, 


$6 


25 








chine Dowell 


Bits 


















Same List 


as 


above. 



Cook's." 




mm 



Inch, 4 
Per Dozen, $4 00 




5 
4 25 


6 
4 S° 






7 
5 00 


8 

s 50 


9 
6 00 


10 
6 50 


1 1 
7 25 






12 
8 00 


13 
8 75 


Inch, 14 
Per Dozen, $9 25 




IS 
10 00 


16 
10 75 






iS 
12 25 


20 
13 SO 


22 
M so 


24 
IS SO 


26 
17 00 






28 

18 50 


3° 
20 00 




Sets 


of 13 Bits, 


assorted. 


% 


to 


1 Inch 








Per Set, 


*7 


50 







Car Bits. 



I nches, 

Sliell's & I PerDoz., 
Cook's, 1 
Jenniug's, 



4 5 67S 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 

6 00 6 00 6 75 8 25 9 50 10 50 12 00 12 50 14 75 15 50 16 75 17 75 19 50 

13 20 14 40 15 60 16 80 18 00 



$600 680 760 880 960 1040 11 20 12; 



Sets, % to 1 Inch. 
Per Set, $13 00 



12 50 



Ship Auger Bits with Screw < >nly. 



"Oook's" Patent Machine Bits 

Made expressly to order with Turned Shanks, !.■ Inch. 



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Sizes To 4/8 \'/ z and 5 
Per Dozen, $6 00 7 50 



2 and 6 6> 2 and 7 7)2 and ' 
9 00 10 50 12 00 



Sizes 


1/4 


5/ 


16 


3/8 


1/2 


9/16 


5/8 


11 


/16 


3/4 




Each, 


$0 50 





bo 


065 


90 


1 00 


1 15 


1 


20 


1 25 


1 40 


Sizes 


7/8 




I5/I6 


1 


1 1/8 


1 


</4 


1 


3/8 


I 1/2 


Each, 


$1 60 




1 


70 


1 75 


2 25 


2 


50 


2 65 


2 75 



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Augers. 



Polished Nut Augers. 




Sizes, Inch, 'A % i l'/ i'/ 2 \% 2 2# 2'/ z 2% 3 VA 4 4'A 

Per Dozen, $5 50 8 00 9 50 11 50 14 00 17 00 20 00 24 00 30 00 35 00 40 00 50 00 70 00 80 00 

Millwrights' Augers. 



giLynTTn''"-" 11 ^^ 1 - 1 '^^ 



Size, Inch, % 
Per Dozen, $12 00 



H X % I 

15 00 18 00 21 00 24 00 



26 00 



i# i# \'A iX 

30 00 36 00 38 50 42 00 



48 00 



Boring Machine Augers. 



Gi-as Fitters' Augers. 



Size, to Inch % 1 1% iyi 1% 2 Actual size of Auger, Inch }i K 7 A l 'A 'A 1 A 2 zVz 

Per Dozen, $10 00 12 00 14 00 16 00 18 00 22 00 Suitable for Gas Pipe " AMAH ' '■'A 1 A 2 

In Sets, I, I'Az and 2 Inch, per set, $4 50 Price . . .30 cents per qr., actual size. 



Whip Augers, with Screw. 







whip Augers, without Screw. 




With or With.ou.1 Scre"W, Price ih«' Same, 

Size, to Inch 4/8 4'-S5 5'i*6 6"i»7 7'i*8 8^49 9'^in lo'.sn II#*I2 12^*13 13X&14 14^*15 '5/4 & 16 
Per Dozen, $7 50 9 00 10 50 12 00 13 50 IS 00 16 50 18 00 21 00 24 00 25 50 27 00 31 50 



'Drew's" Treenail Augers. 




1 1 8 .iiul 1 1 4 Inch 



Per Dozen, $15 00 



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Clark's" Patent Expansion Bits. 




Small Size. 

With 2 Cutters, one boring from '/ 2 to % and the other from % 
to i '/ 2 inches. 

Per Dozen ...... $18 oo 



Extra Cutters. 



No. 1. yi to % inches 
" 2. # to \% " 



Each, $0 40 
50 



Large size'. 

With 2 Cutters, one boring from % to \}i and the other from 
1 ^ to 3 inches. 

Per Dozen ...... $26 00 



Extra Cutters. 
No. 3. % to itf inches 
" 4. i^t0 3 "... 
" 5. 3 to 4 " 



Each, $0 50 
" o 60 



Auger Bits in Fancy "Wood Boxes. 




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This Illustration represents Auger Bits as put up in Fancy Boxes, with rack to hold one Auger Bit of each size. This is a 
great convenience to mechanics, as the Bits can be put away immediately after use; each Bit fitting mto its own place. These Boxes 
would cost the mechanic at least 50 cents without the Bits. 



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No. IO. Extension Lip Bits, 32 ' , Qrs 
SO. Double Spur " 32'; " 



Per Set, $6 25 
" " S SO 



435 



"Garrett's" Patent Auger Bit Gauge. 



-©— 




The above represents a convenient tool for all wood mechanics. By placing it on the bit, as shown in cut, you are enabled to bore 
any number of holes all the same depth, while the revolving wheel prevents marring the work. 

price •■■....... .... Per Dozen, $6 oo 

German G-imlet Bits. 




To Inch, 1/4 
Per Dozen, $1 00 



5/16 
1 25 

Assorted, to '/i Inch 



3/8 
1 SO 



7/16 
2 50 



$1 00 



1/2 
4 00 



Double Out G-imlet Bits. 




Nos. 
Per Dozen, $1 00 



1 

1 10 

Assorted, o to 6 



3 


4 


5 


6 


34 


1 46 
$1 40 


1 58 


• 75 



To Inch, 1/8 
Per Dozen, $1 50 



Lip, Spoon and Shell Bits. 




3/16 
1 75 



1/4 

2 00 



5/16 
2 00 



3/8 

2 00 



Assorted 



Diamond Bits with ( 'omitersink. 




Per Dozen, $2 00 



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To Inch, 1 
Per Dozen, $1 75 



Center Bits. 




2 25 



2 50 



3 25 



3 75 



4 50 



436 



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' Buck Bros." Extra Heavy Screw Driver Bits. 




— T 1 ' ^"^T 



Per Dozen ...... 

Plain. Screw Driver Bits. 



$3 oo 



Forked Screw Driver Bits. 




Per Dozen 



$i so | Per Dozen .... 

.Lightning Taper Reamers, tor Bit Brace Use. 



' 50 



Inch, 1/4 
Each, $o so 



5/16 
o so 



3/8 
o 6o 



7/16 
o 6o 



1/2 

o 70 



9/16 

80 



5/8 
0.90 



3/4 
1 20 



Flat or Iron Countersinks. 



Snail or Wood < 'ountersinks. 



^ 



Per Dozen 



Si 50 I Per Dozen 



$1 50 



Rose or Brass Countersinks. 




"Mayhew's" Metal Countersinks. 
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Per Dozen 



$1 50 Per Dozen 



$2 00 



Lightning Countersinks. 



""Wheeler's" Countersinks. 





Each 



* 



$0 60 Plain 

With Gauge . 

' Kreb's " < 'ountersinks. 



Per Dozen, $3 00 
4 5° 



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Per Dozen, $5 00 

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Hollow Augers. 

" STKARNS " AD,njSTABLK. 

9999 




437 



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Cuts y% to i Inch 



Each, $4 oo 



"STEARNS" PATKNT AD.IUSTABI,IC. 




No. 8. Cuts % to i '+' Inch 



Each, $s oo 



'WOOD'S" PAI'ENT A.D.TTTSTATJI.P',. 




Cuts \ to 1 '« Inch 



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Each, $4 oo 



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Hollow Augers. 

" Universal " Hollow Auger. 




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Cuts^ to 1% 



Each, $4 50 



Ames " Improved Hollow Augers. 




Inch, 3/8 to 1/2 9/16 5/8 3/4 7/8 

Per Dozen, $12 00 14 00 14 00 14 00 16 00 



1 I 1/8 I 1/4 1 3/8 1 1/2 

16 00 20 00 20 00 24 00 24 00 



The Silver & Deming "Star" Hollow Auger. 




No. 1 Auger cuts 7/16 to 1 inch 
" 2 " " 5/8 " 1 1/4 " 

" 3 " " 3/4 " 1 1/2 



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Ex t in Cutters for the above, No. 1 
Per Pair, $1 50 



2 

2 00 





Each, 


$ 8 00 
14 00 
16 50 


3 






2 50 







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Cutting to % Inch 
" " 2 " 

" 3 " 



Patent Spoke Pointers. 




"Barton's" Pump Angers. 



439 



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Each, $o so 
" o 75 

" I 25 



These Tools are made of Solid Cast Steel, and Fully Warranted. 
Pod 18 to 20 Inches Long .......... Per % Inch Diameter, $i 25 



"Enterprise" Tap Borers. 



Tap Borers. 




No. 1. Boring from )i to \'/ 2 Inch 

No. a. " " tyi " 2 

No. 8. • " 1 '.. " 3 



Per Dozen, $18 00 
24 00 
36 00 



Inch, 1 '( 
Per Dozen, $5 50 




Metal Head Gimlets. 




Assorted 



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Per Gross, $6 00 



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Double -Cut Gimlets 




These Gimlets are made of the best English Cast Steel, well finished, with neat Appletree or 

Patent Metallic Heads. 



Wood Handle . 



Per Gross, $12 00 Iron Handle 



Per Gross, $12 00 



The "Bee" Gimlet. 




Solid Cast Steel. 

Bores Through the Hardest Wood or Knots without Splitting. 
Assorted, Three Sizes (Packed % Gross in a Box) ....... 



Per Gross, $12 00 



Bound Head Spike Gimlets 




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Assorted, Nos. 2, 3 and 4 



Per Gross, $9 00 



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Boring and Mortising Machines. 



Trojan Boring- Machines, Upright. 



Trojan Boring Machines, Angle. 




WITH SCALE OF INCHES ON THE UPRIGHT. 

Complete with One Auger each, I, \'/ 2 and 2 Inch Polished 

Gears. 
Price . . $10 00 




WITH SCALE OF INCHES ON THE UPRIGHT. 

Complete with One Auger each, 1, i'/ 2 and 2 Inch Polished 

Oears. 
Price ....... $12 00 



"Phillips" Angle Boring Machines. 



Mori ising Machines. 







This machine pi - 1 r others in use in 

many respects. The Self -Withdrawing of the Auger while in 
motion, is perhaps the most noticeable ; that is, the depth of the 
hole is readily set, before boring commences, by means of the 
movable collar; and without watching to see when the proper 
depth is reached, or stopping the boring movement, the Auger 
returns of itself, and is ready for another hole. 



Complete with One Auger each. 1. i' ; and 2 inches. 

$9 00 




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HEIGHT. 4 12 FEET WEIGHT, 115 POUNDS, 

Complete with One Chisel each, 1/4, 5/16, 3/8, i/a and s/8 Inch 

and One Malleable Wrench. 
Price ...... $30 00 



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Family Tool Boxes. 



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No. 1. Contains a complete assortment of Cast Steel Tools (20 in number) ; also a patent Adjustable Holder, with an 
additional number of 12 Brad Awls, Chisels, etc., and all enclosed in a nice Walnut Case. 



Each 



*3 5° 



No. 2. Contains an assortment of Cast Steel Tools (9 in number) ; also a patent Adjustable Holder, with an additional number 
of Brad Awls, Chisels, etc., and all enclosed in a neat Walnut Case. Especially adapted to the wants of every family. 

Each $1 75 



Carving Tools. 

SIX TOOtS IN A WOODEN BOX. 

These Tools are forged from best quality of steel, and are fully warranted. They have Rosewood Handles, and are sharpened 
ready for use. 



Price 



$1 00 



Giant Hollow Handles. 



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Full size illustration. The Tools are made of the best Cast Steel, tempered in oil, and are superior to anything of the kind 
ever put on the market. 



No. 45 



Per Dozen, $12 00 



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"Aiken's" Patent Awls and Tools. 



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The Awls, Tools, nml Wrench 
arehllconlnineil lu (he rccenlaele. 
luHiehanJIe. 



This Cut is about Two-thirds Size. 



"Aiken's" Pattern. Oast Steel. 
No. 43. Patent Handle, with 10 Tools and 10 Brad Awls ..... 

"Aiken's" <3-en\iine. 

WARRANTED HIGHEST GRADE OF CAST STEEL. 

No. 20. io Awls and io Tools, as per Cut ....... 

Extra Brad Awls for Aiken's Handles, Assorted ..... 
Extra Tools " *' " " 



Per Dozen, 



Per Dozen, $io oo 

Per Dozen, $0 40 
" o 50 



"Excelsior" Tool Handles. 




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No. 2. Iron Handle, with 12 Tools 
No. 3. " " " 20 " 



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Per Dozen, $4 OO 
5 SO 



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"Henry's" Improved Patent Awls and Tools. 





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The Advantages oi this Halt ovpv Others are: 



First. — It is the only Haft or Tool Holder that carries the tools in the same end of the Holder in which they are used. 

Second. — No shifting the Holder end for end in changing the instrument. 

Third. — No shaking the tools out into the hand to get the one wanted. 

Fourth. — The same motion that unscrews the instrument in use removes the cap that covers the surplus tools. 

Fifth. — No Wrench to be used. 

Sixth. — It has a solid handle and can be used with a mallet. 

This Haft has a nice rosewood handle. The nut and sleeve or cap is made of bronze metal ; is strong and not easily 
broken. The Awls and Tools are made of Jessop's steel, and nicely tempered for the purposes for which they are designed. The 
whole making a very durable, convenient and unique article for the household, workshop, store, and, in fact, we may say, everywhere. 



Price 



Per Dozen, $10 00 



Crispins' Awls. 




This .is a tool for even-body. It is a hollow handle made of hard wood, 5 inches long, and weighing 3 ounces. It contains 
inside on a>pool 50 feet of best waxed linen shoe thread. The spool is also hollow, and contains 3 awls and 3 needles of various 
shapes and'sizes. The thread fits the needles, and the awls fit the handle, and are held by a set screw, as seen in the cut. It is for 
use in the house, stable, field, camp, or on the road, for making immediate repairs, when one use of it will be worth more than its 
whole cost. 



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Per Dozen 



$3 00 



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Handled Brad Awls. 



Assorted, Brass Ferrule 




Per Dozen, $o 75 



Assorted 



Handled Scratch Awls. 




Per Dozen, $1 00 



Cast Steel, Socket (1 Dozen in a Box) 



Socket Scratch Awls. 




Per Dozen, $1 50 



Sewing Awl nail 



Per Dozen 



Paten.1 Awl Units. 




Wreuch to go with Patent Hafts. 





Peg Awl Haft. 



$1 00 I Per Dozen 

Awl Blades— Assortet I. 



$1 00 



Talent 1 



Sewing Awl. 



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Patent Peg Awls 
Saddlers' 



Per Gross, $1 00 Sewing Awls 

" " 3 00 Brad " 



Per Gross, $2 50 

2 50 



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Machinists' Belt Awls. 




No. §4, M, or Small 
" 83, C, " Large 



No. 83, C. 

These Awls are spring tempered, and finished in first-class manner. 



"Lothrop's" Belt Awls. 



Per Dozen, $2 00 
3 SO 



D'Ammew^^ 




No man ever uses profane language while lacing a Belt with Lothrop's Awl. This is a good moral reason why all should use it. 
Per Dozen . . . . . . . . . . $9 00 

"Osborne's" Belt Awl. 




With Eye in Point of Awl ..... ...... Per Dozen, $5 00 

"Blake's" Belt Stud Awl and Flyers Combined. 




The Awl at one end of this tool is to spread to slit and plyers at the other end are convenient for inserting the stud. 
Awl and Plyers Combined .... ........ Each, $0 so 

< 'halk-Liiie Reels and Awls. 




Chalk-Line Reels, with Steel Scratch Awls 



Per Dozen, $1 00 



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"Barber's" Ratchet Braces. 



447 




Nos. 31 
Inch Sweep, 12 
Per Dozen, $39 00 



10 
36 00 



33 



33 00 






'1880" Ratchet Brace. 



Ratchet Bit Brace and Breast Drill. 





The above Cut shows Ratchet Brace and Breast Drill, with Drill 

Polished. Revolving Maplewood Head and Handle. . ,. , . . , c ~ 

fi K Attachment separated from Brace. 

No. 29. io}4 Inch Sweep . Per Dozen, $26 00 Nickeiriated .... Per Dozen. $36 00 

"Barber's" Improved Bil Brace. 




Wrought iron, with Rosewood Handle. 



Nos. 10 
Inch, 14 
Per Dozen, $33 00 



II 

12 
30 00 



12 

10 
27 00 



13 

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24 00 



14 

6 

21 00 



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'"1880" Patent Brace. 




Revolving Maplewood Head and Handle, Wrought Iron Sweep. Handles Fastened in Position with Metal Ferrule. 
No. 7. 8 Inch Sweep ... Per Dozen, $14 00 | No. II. n Inch Sweep . Per Dozen, $16 00 



"Backus" Patent Angular Borer. 



Ball Brace. 





Nickel-Plated, Works in any Brace Per Dozen, $35 00 | No. 25. 7 Inch Sweep 

" SpofFord's " Braces. 




Straight Extension Bit Holder. 



Per Dozeu, $4 00 



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10 


12 


107 


io§ 


110 


Inch, 7 


8 


10 


12 


7 


8 


10 


Per Dozen, $16 00 


19 00 


22 00 


25 00 


21 00 


24 00 


27 00 



18, 21 and 24 inches long ; using the same Chuck that is on Brace for holding the Bit. The Shank is like an ordinary Bit Shank, 

and fits any Brace. 
Nickel-Plated ............ . Per Dozen, $15 00 



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Morse Twist Drills. 



449 




TAPER SHAITR DRILL. 



STRAIGHT SHANK DRILL. 



Taper Shank Drills. 









No. 










No. 








Socket 




Diam- 






Socket 


eter. 


L/gth. 


Each. 


for 
Morse 




eter. 


L'gth. 


Each. 


for 
Morse 








Taper. 










Taper. 


i/4 


6 1/8 


So 60 




c 


1 9/32 


14 1/8 


$4 65 




9/32 


61/4 


65 






I 5/16 


14 1/4 


4 80 




5/i6 


6 3/8 


70 


a 




I II/32 


14 3/8 


5 00 




n/32 


6 1/2 


75 


• 




I 3/8 


14 1/2 


5 20 




3/8 


6,3/4 


go 


m 




I 13/32 


14 5/8 


5 40 




13/32 


7 


85 


- 




I 7/16 


14 3/4 


5 6 ° 




7/16 


7 1/4 


90 


M 




1 15/32 


14 7/8 


S 80 




15/32 


7 1/2 


95 


to 




I 1/2 


15 


6 00 




1/2 


7 3/4 


1 00 






1 '7/3 z 


15 1/8 


6 30 


z 


17/32 


8 


1 10 






1 9/16 


15 i/4 


6 60 





9/16 


81/4 


1 20 






1 19/32 


<5 3/8 


6 90 


m 


19/32 


S 1/2 


1 30 






1 5/8 


15 1/2 


7 20 




S/« 


8.3/4 


1 40 






1 21/32 


15 5/8 


7 50 


m 


21/32 


9 


1 S° 


a 




1 11/16 


15 3/4 


7 80 




11/16 


9 J /4 


1 60 







1 23/32 


IS 7/8 


8 10 





23/32 


9 J /2 


1 70 


IS 




1 3/4 


16 


8 40 




3/4 


9 3/4 


J 85 






1 25/32 


16 1/8 


8 60 




25/32 


9 7/8 


2 00 


f *" 




I 13/16 


lb 1/4 


8 80 




I3/I ( ' 


10 


2 15 






1 27/32 


16 3/8 


9 00 




27/32 


10 1/4 


2 30 







1 7/8 


16 1/2 


9 20 




7/8 


10 1/2 


2 45 






I 29/32 


16 1/2 


9 35 




29/32 


105/8 


2 60 






1 15/16 


16 1/2 


9 50 




15/16 


103/4 


2 75 






1 31/32 


16 1/2 


9 65 




31/32 


107/8 


2 90 






2 


,6 1/2 


9 80 


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11 


3 00 







2 1/32 


,6 1/2 


10 20 




1 1/32 


11 1/8 


3 20 




2 1/16 


i7 


10 60 


Z 


1 1/16 


11 1/4 


3 40 
3 00 


\S> 




2 1/8 


i7 


11 20 




1 3/32 


11 1/2 




2 3/l6 


i7 


12 00 


on 


I 1/8 


" 3/4 


3 80 


eg 


- 


2 l/4 


1 7 1/2 


12 80 


«9 
-»1 


1 5/32 


117/8 


4 00 


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2 5/l6 


i7 1/2 


13 60 


I 3/i6 


12 


4 20 


Cn 




2 3/8 


,8 


14 40 


tA 


1 7/32 


12 i/S 


4 4° 






2 7/16 


,8 1/2 


15 00 




1 1/4 


12 1/2 


4 5° 




1 


2 1/2 


i9 


15 60 





No. 



1. 

2. 
■i. 
4. 
5. 
6. 

r. 

8. 

9. 
10. 
11. 

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Straight Shank Drills. 


Diameter of 


Length in 


Price 


Price Each. 


Drills. 


Inches 


Per Dozen. 




I/I6 


2 l/2 


$1 00 


$0 09 


5/64 


2 5/8 


I 10 


10 


3/32 


2 3/4 


I 20 


II 


7/64 


2 7/8 


I 30 


12 


1/8 


3 


1 45 


13 


9/64 


3 1/8 


1 60 


is 


5/32 


3 1/4 


1 80 


16 


11/64 


3 3/8 


2 00 


18 


3/i6 


31/2 


2 20 


20 


13/64 


3 5/8 


2 40 


21 


7/32 


3 3/4 


2 65 


23 


15/64 


3 7/8 


2 90 


26 


1/4 


4 


3 IS 


28 


17/64 


41/8 


3 4° 


30 


9/32 


4i/4 


3 65 


32 


19/64 


4 3/8 


3 90 


35 


5/i6 


41/2 


4 20 


37 


21/64 


4 5/8 


4 so 


40 


n/32 


4 3/4 


4 80 


42 


23/64 


4 7/8 


5 10 


45 


3/8 


5 


s 40 


48 


25/64 


5 1/8 


s 70 


50 


13/32 


5 i/4 


6 00 


S3 


27/64 


5 3/8 


6 40 


SS 


7/16 


5 1/2 


6 80 


59 


29/64 


5 5/8 


7 20 


63 


I5/3 2 


5 3/4 


7 So 


65 


31/64 


5 7/8 


7 75 


67 


1/2 


6 


8 00 


70 



Drills in Sets. 

Set Taper Shank, 1/4 to 1 in., varying by i6ths ... ... 

3/8 " 1 1/4 l6ths ..... 

3/8 " 3,4 " by 32ds, 3/4 to 1 1/4 in. by i6ths 

3/8 " 3/4 " " 32ds, 3/4 " 2 " " i6ths . ... 

Set Straight Shanks, 1/16 to 1/2 in., by 64ths, mounted ....••• 

Set Straight Shanks, 1/16 to 1/2 in., by 3ads, mounted ...... 

Set from 60 to 3/8 in., mounted ...•■•■■ 

Set Steel Wire Gauge, from No. 1 to 60, mounted ...•••• 

Half Set, alternate Nob. fioom 1 to 60, mounted ..... • • 

Jewelers' Sel of 36 Drills. No. 3 . (1/8 in. ) to No. 65, Steel wire Gauge, mounted iu a Mahogany Case with 
Set of Taper Shank, 3/8 to a in. try 32ds ....-•■•• 

Set Machine Hits. 1 8 in. to 1/2 in., mounted, varying by 32ds 



Sockets for Taper Shank 




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Drills. 

MORSE TAPER SOCKET. 

1/4 to 19/32 in. inclusive 



5/8 " *9 32 

15/16" 1 1/4 

1 9/32" 2 

2 l/l6 " 2 1/2 



Per Set, $ 20 00 

" " 34 SO 

" " 42 00 

131 00 

" " 10 00 

S 40 
9 90 
■ " 8 10 
4 30 
4 25 
240 00 
7 00 



$1 20 

1 80 

2 50 
4 00 



Cap " " 



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"Morse" Twist Drills. 

"Stubs" Steel Wire Gauge Drills. 



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Numbers by 


Length iu 


Price. 


Price, Each. 


Numbers by 


Length in 


Price. 


Price, Each. 


Gauge. 


Inches. 


Per Dozen. 


Gauge. 


Inches. 


Per Dozen. 


I to 5 


4 


$2 35 


$0 22 


31 to 35 


25/8 


$1 40 


$0 14 


6 " io 


3 11/16 


2 25 


21 


36 " 40 


27/16 


I 25 


12 


II " 15 


3i/ 2 


2 10 


20 


41 " 45 


2 1/4 


I 10 


10 


16 " 20 


3 1/4 


1 95 


19 


46 " 50 


2 l/l6 


95 


09 


21 " 25 


31/16 


1 75 


17 


51 " 65 


13/4 


95 


09 


26 " 30 


2 13/16 


1 55 


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Taper Square Shank Drills "Fitting Ratchets. 




Price, with Shanks ^ by }% Inch and i'/ 2 Inch Long, and Shanks Jj by '/ 2 Inch and \}i Inch Long. 



Diameter. 


Price. 


Diameter. 


Price. 


Diameter. 


Price. 


1/4 Inch. 


Si 00 


7/16 Inch. 


$1 25 


3/4 Inch. 


*i 55 


9/32 " 


1 05 


15/32 " 


I 30 


13/16 " 


1 75 


5 16 " 


1 10 


1/2 " 


I 30 


7/8 " 


2 05 


11/32 " 


1 15 


9/16 " 


I 35 


15/16 " 


2 30 


3/8 " 


1 20 


5/8 " 


1 40 


1 


2 55 


13/32 " 


1 25 


11/16 " 


145 


1 1/8 " 


3 10 



Bit Stock Drills. 



Price, per Set, i ; i6 to 1/4 


by 32ds, 1/4 to 3/8 by 


i6ths, Boxed 


$2 60 


Diameter. 


Price, per Dozen. 


Price, Bach. 


Diameter. 


Price, per Dozen. 


Price, l\ach. 


1/16 Inch. 


$1 5° 


$0 14 

10 


5/16 Inch. 


« 5 40 
6 30 


$0 48 


3/32 " 


I 65 


H/32 " 


54 


1/8 " 


2 10 


20 


3/8 " 


7 20 


62 


5/32 " 


2 60 


24 


13/32 " 


8 00 


68 


3/i6 '■ 


3 10 


29 


7/16 •• 


8 80 


75 


7/32 " 


3 60 


33 


15/32 " 


9 60 


82 


1/4 " 


4 10 


38 


1/2 " 


10 30 


87 


9/32 " 


4 70 


43 


17/32 " 


11 00 


92 



Drills for Blacksmith*' Drilling Machines. 



These Drills have Shanks 2 1/4 Inch Long and about 41/64 Inch Diameter. 



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Diamete 


r. Length 


Price, Each. 


Diamete 


r. Length. 


Price, Each. 


1/8 Inc 


h. 6 Inch. 


$0 55 


3/4 In 


z\\. 6 Inch. 


$1 25 


3/16 ' 


6 " 


60 


13/16 ' 


6 ' 




I 35 


1/4 ' 


6 " 


70 


7/8 ' 


6 ' 




1 I 5 
I 60 


5/16 ' 


6 " 


75 


15/16 ' 


6 ' 




3/8 ' 


6 " 


85 




6 ' 




I 80 


7/i6 ' 


6 " 


90 


1 1/8 ' 


6 ' 




2 20 


1/2 


6 " 


95 


1 3/i6 ' 


' 6 ' 




3 00 


9/16 ' 


6 " 


1 00 


1 i/4 ' 


6 ' 




3 25 


5/8 ' 


6 " 


1 05 


1 3/8 ' 


6 • 




3 60 


11/16 ' 


6 " 


1 15 


1 1/2 ' 


6 ' 




4 25 



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Hand Drills. 



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N~o. 3. 
No. 1. Single Gear, Hollow Handle, Nickel-Plated ...... 

No. 1 B. Double Gear, (otherwise same as No. i) 

No. 2. Single Gear, Hollow Handle, Nickel-Plated, will Drill % Inch 

Six Drill Points with each of the above Hand Drills. 



Each, $i 25 

1 50 

2 50 



Ohicopee " Hand Drills. 

FOR METAL OR WOOD, 




No. 3. Spring Drill, 1/4 Size. 

No. 1 ami '2. These Drills revolve in the same direction with either Backward or Forward motion of the Hand. 

No. I. With Chuck • Each, $2 60 

No. a. ... 

No. 3. Spring Drill with Chuck .......... 



2 50 
2 60 



Breast I >rills 




NO <*. Strong, Well-made Drill. Double Gear 



Each. S4 00 



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Breast Drills. 



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No. lO. Wrought Irou Stock, Two-Speed Drill, with Chuck 



Each, $3 oo 



BREAST DRILLS. 




No. 12. Malleable Iron Stock, Two-Speed Drill, with Chuck 



Each, $2 so 



Af'l'iOlATlC HOEING TOOLS. 




This instrument is designed for boring wood for various purposes, such as for setting Brads, Finishing Nails, Screws, etc. 



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Price, with Tools Assorted, Nos. i to S 



Each, $2 00 

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Packer's" Ratchet Drills. 



SLEEVE RATCHET, 



BOILER-MAKERS' RATCHET. 



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These Ratchets are made with Square Threaded Screws and Steel-Hardened Points. 



No. 1. 10 Inch Handle 

No. 2. 12 " 

No. 3. 16 " " 



No. 1. io Inch Handle 



Sleeve Ratchet Drills. 

No. 4. 18 Inch Handle 
No. 5. 24 " " 



$io 50 
13 So 
16 00 



Boiler-Makers' Ratchet Drills. 

$9 00 I No. 2. 12 Inch Handle 



$19 00 
23 00 



$10 50 



Standard" Ratchet Drills. 



No. 1. Lever. 12 Iiu-Iik 
No. 0. " 15 " 

No. S. " 20 " 




ALL POLISHED 



Each, $6 00 

7 00 

8 00 



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Steber's" Patent Ratchet Drill. 



Patented February 4, 1879. 




This Ratchet is so constructed as to make it the shortest and at the same time it will drill as deep as the largest of ordinary 
Ratchets now in use. It needs no blocking, as it can be extended to accommodate for long or short drills. The Ratchets are made of 
Stubb's Best Steel and hardened, making them the strongest, most durable, and cheapest ratchet ever made for service. Just the 
thing for Boiler-makers, and the best article for Railroad men, Engineers and Machinists of all kinds. It will do better and truer 
work than any other Ratchet manufactured. The working Screws are all inside, and so protected by sleeves as to make it impossible 
for it to become bent or strained in any manner. 

Price. 



No. 1. 

No. 2. 
No. 3. 

No. 1. 
No. 2. 
No. 3. 



(3 Inch closed, will Drill -1% Inch deep) Handle extends from 10 to 15 Inch 

(4 V; " " ' 12 " 18 " 

[SH " " " " A'4 " " 1 15 " 23 ■■ 

With Ordinary Handles ....... 



Each, $14 50 

17 50 
20 00 

Each, $13 00 
15 00 

18 00 



" Ren shaw's " Ratchet Drill. 




The handle, 15 inches long, is drop-forged, of tough wrought iron. The spindle, of steel, has substantial ratchet teeth cut in 
its periphery, engaging with a pawl lodged in the handle, which covers both pawl and ratchet, and protects them from dirt. The 
feed-screw is of steel, 3 inches long, 1 7/16 inches diameter, and hollow ; being hardened, it is not liable to injury in ordinary use. It 
gives the drill large capacity in small compass, the length from top of feed-screw to bottom of drill-collet being only 5 inches. By 
transferring the collet and feed-screw, as arranged for right-hand drilling, to opposite ends of the spindle, the ratchet may be used for 
left-hand drilling, a feature that practical men will appreciate. Four sockets are furnished with each drill. Nos. 1, 2 and 3 
corresponds in size of holes with sockets of same numbers made by the Morse Twist Drill and Machine Company, for drills 1/4 to 
1 1/4 inches diameter, with shanks of the Morse Standard Taper. Socket No. 5 is for square shank drills of any size between 1/2 to 
1 1/2 inches diameter, which are the extreme sizes that this ratchet is adapted to carry. No. 3 and No. 5 sockets are held in the 
spindle by screw thread. No. 1 and 2 sockets have taper shanks fitting No. 3 socket, and' can be forced out of position by turning in 
the feed-screw until it bears upon their end. The feed-rod, when not in use, is placed in the handle and held by screw thread. The 
sockets can be utilized in any drilling spindle that may be fitted to receive them. 



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Double -Acting Ratchet Drills. 



Patented July 4, 1SK2 




These Drills are made iu two sizes. They are Drop-Forged of the best bar iron and steel for the purpose, and are made to use 
Morse Taper Shank Twist Drill, also provided with Socket, with square hole for Square Shank Drill. This Drill can be changed 
from Right-hand to Left-hand Drilling by simply moving the pawl to right or left. The Sockets furnished with the Drill can be 
utilized in any drilling spindle that may be fitted to receive them. 

Price, without Drills. 

No. 1. io 3/4 inch Handle with one Socket taking Morse Taper Shank Drills, from 1/4 inch to 29/32 inch inclusive, 
and one Socket taking Flat Drills ............. $14 00 

No. 2. 13 3/4 inch Handle, with Sockets taking Morse Taper Shank Drills, from 1/4 iuch to 1 1/4 inch inclusive, and 
one Socket for Flat Drills .............. 18 25 



Weston's " Ratchet Drills. 





Style "A." 



Style *'B' 



PRICES AND DESCRIPTION 



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"A." Drill for General Purposes, Length of Lever 12 Iuch ... . Each, $8 00 

' " 14 " "8 50 

" B." Boiler Ratchet for Confined Tlaces. Length of Lever 14 Inch, Space required 3 1/2 Inch, Feeds 5/8 Inch . 8 00 



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The Improved Patent Universal Angular and Ratchet 



Drilling Machine. 




No. 1. Weight, 26 lbs, Drills up to $i Inch Hole 

No. 2. " 52 ' 1 " 

No. 3. " 106 " " " " 1% " 



$25 00 
30 00 
45 00 



Upright Bench Drills. 





No. 8. 

No. 8. Drills % to % Inch Hole, Weighs 55 lbs 
No. 9. " % " % ' 75 " 



No. 9. 



612 00 

15 00 



PRICES GIVEN ON ALL ABOVE ARE FOB MACHINES ONLY. TWIST DRILLS ARE EXTRA. 



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right Self -Feeding Drills. 



No. O. 

Suitable for Drills from 

1/16 to 3/8 Inch. 



No. 1. 

Suitable for Drills from 
1/8 to 3/4 Inch. 




No. 1 US. 

Suitable for Drills from 1/8 to 1 Inch. 



Length, 26 Inches. 
Weight, 30 lbs. 





Length, 42 Inches. 
Weight, 98 lbs. 



Length, 44 Inches. Weight, 120 lbs. 



PRICES .A.ND DESCRIPTION. 

No. O. 

The above is fitted for a No. 2 Reach Chuck, or can be used without. 

I 'rice, $20 00 



N... 1. 
Has 3 Changes of Automatic Self-Feed Instantly Adjusted from Pine to Coarse. 

Price, $28 00 



Wo. 11 e. 

Tliis machine has nearly a continuous :Vcd. which may be quickly adjusted by a Thumb-Screw to three rates of speed. A fast or slow 

motion may be given the Drill by changing the handle from shaft A to shaft B, as desired by the operator. 

By this arrangement the capacity of the Drill has been increased nearly one -third. 

Price, $34 00 

Arranged for Power with 1 Pulley in place of Balance Wheel without extra charge 

One Pulley, with Balance Wheel, $1 50 Extra. 



TWIST DRILLS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE ABOVE PRICES. 



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Upright Self - Feeding Drills. 



No. a. 

Suitable for Drills from 's to I % Inch 



No. 3. 

Suitable for Drills from % to i'/ 2 Inch. 





Length. 54 Inch. Weight, 160 Lbs. 



Length, 65 Inch. Weight, 250 Lbs. 



PRICES AND DESCRIPTION. 



No. 3. 

No. 2 is similar to No. 1 1/2 on preceding page, and has all the late improvements. The Swing Table as applied to these machines 

will be found useful in many ways, and much more convenient than the old method of driving them in and out 

with a hammer, thereby running the risk of breaking the foot-piece. It is out of the way when 

not in use, and may be quickly swung into position when wanted. 

Price, $48 00 

Arranged for Power with Pulleys, $52 00 

Arranged for Power with one Pulley in place of Balance Wheel without extra charge. 

One Pulley, with Balance Wheel, $15° Extra. 



No. 3 has cut gears so arranged that a quick or slow motion may be given the Drill as desired for light and heavy work, making it a 

desirable tool for the machine shop or factory, answering as well as higher cost machines. 

Can be used for either Hand or Power. 

Price, with Pulleys, $79 00 



TWIST DRILLS ARE NOT INCLUDED IN THE ABOVE PRICES. 



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Horizontal Drills. 




No. 4. Style of No. o. 




No. 2. Plain. 



No. 5. With Fly Wheel. 



PRICKS ^NIJ DK8CBIPTION. 



No. O. Plain Finished Japanned Drill, 26 Inches Long 

No. 4. Well Finished Drill, 26 Inches Long 

No. 2. Ratchet Feed, 33 Inches Long, Tlain 

No. a. " " 33 " " With Fly Wheel 

No. 5, " " 44 " •• Plain 

No. 5. " " 4) " " With Fh Wheel 



Each, $ 4 00 
" 6 00 

10 00 
13 00 
17 00 
20 00 



Prices given are for Machines only. Twist Drills are extra. 



Twist Drills. 5/8 Shank. 



Inch, 1/8 




1 4 


5/'6 




3/8 




; >6 


1/2 


Bach, $0 55 


60 


70 


75 




85 




90 


95 


Inch, 9/16 


5/8 


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1 1/8 


1 1 4 


: 1/2 


Bach, $1 00 


1 °S 


1 25 


1 45 


1 80 




2 20 


3 25 


4 25 



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The "Sweetland" Chuck. 



PATENTED FEBRUARY 4th, 1879. 





ITig. 1. Colilirion .T:i\v. 



I-'iMnit Sectional View oi Chuoki 



Fig. 1 represents the entire mechanism of the Sweetland Chick, showing plainly the circular rack and pinion screws, 
connected at o, and disconnected at c. The recess in back plate is made deep enough to disconnect the gearing. In the recess, 
and underneath the rack, lie the cam blocks, beveled to correspond with the continuous bevel recess in the back of rack. 

These bevel cam blocks have radial motion, and when moved to the outer portion of the recess and rack they connect the 
gearing, making the Chuck universal ; and when they are moved inward, allow the rack to disengage from the pinion, thus making 
each screw independent. 

The cam blocks are held in place by the convex spring washers, o, e, C, which allow them to slide to or from the center 
without disturbing the nuts, the friction being sufficient to hold them in place. 

The jaws have a long bite on the inner end, are strong in the nut, which has a full thread, and can be taken out of the Chuck 
for the purpose of cleaning, without removing it from the lathe. They are ground perfectly true on face and bite, also outer end, 
after being case-hardened. 

In general construction it resembles the Universal Screw Chuck, the jaws being moved to and from the center, universally, 
by means of geared screws connected with the circular rack which revolves in a recess in the back plate. The front and back plates 
are bolted together, thus encasing and protecting the gearing. 

The design of the improvement is to make the Chuck independent as well as universal, and reference to the accompanying 
engravings illustrates the means employed to attain this object. 



I'nn !ES. 



V- 







Three 


Ja ws. 




Ifour Jaws. 


6 Inch 


Diameter 


ami Less 




$ 26 00 


6 


Inch 


Diameter 




$32 00 


9 " 

12 " 

15 " 
18 " 
21 " 


•■ 


•• - . 




34 00 
44 00 
52 00 
62 00 
80 00 


9 
12 

15 
18 


" 


" 




42 00 
56 00 
64 00 
75 00 


24 " 


" 


" . 




100 00 


21 


" 


" 




95 00 


30 " 


" 


11 




170 00 


24 


" 


" 




120 00 


.?6 " 








230 00 


3° 








200 00 



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This Cut gives a view of E. Horton's Patent Lathe Chuck together and in its parts. The main feature is enclosing the circular 
wrought-iron rack in the deep groove or recess in the back plate, and then turning the center faces of back and front plates true 
which, when bolted together, makes a perfectly tight casing for the gearing, so that no dirt, chips, etc., can possibly get into them to 
clog and injure the Chuck. When the Rack is taken out, especially from the Four Jaws, it makes a superior independent Jaw Chuck, 
so that it virtually makes Two Chucks combined in one. The Jaws are made solid, forged of one piece of metal, of the very best 
quality of wrought-iron, and thoroughly case-hardened with animal coal. 

RKG-TXL.A.K AJSTD REVKRSK .TA.W, S-A.MK PRICK. 





Three Jaws. 








Four Jaws. 




6 Inch Diameter and Less 


$ 26 00 


6 Inch 


Diameter 




$ 32 00 


9 " 


" " " . 


34 00 


9 " 


" 




42 00 


12 " 




44 00 


12 






56 00 


15 " 
18 " 


(i 11 11 


52 00 
62 00 


15 " 


■• 




64 00 


21 " 


.. 


80 00 


18 " 


" 




75 00 


24 " 


" " . . 


100 00 


21 " 


" 




95 00 


30 " 


11 11 


170 00 


24 " 


" 




120 00 


36 " 


11 H 11 


230 00 


30 " 


" 




200 00 



"OUSHMAN'S" or "THOMPSON & HOLMES" 

Independent Reversible Fo-nr-Jaw Chuck. 




This Chuck is well made, and is very strong. Every jaw is reversible. The 15, 18, 21 aud 24 inch have slots in the face as shown in 

the Cut. Key and Bolts furnished with each Chuck. 



Diameter. 

Indies. 


Weight 

Pounds. 


Diameter 
of Hole. 
Indies, 


Diameter 

of Face-Plate. 

Inches. 


Trice. 


Diameter. 
Inches. 


Weight. 
Pounds. 


Diameter 
of Hole. 
Inches. 


Diameter 

of Face-Plate. 

Inches. 


Trice. 


6 

9 
12 

'5 


11 

26 

54 
66 


I7/S 
3 3 'o 


5 "/16 

5 3 4 

6 11, 10 
6 1 1; 16 


$18 00 
23 00 
30 00 
35 00 


18 

21 
2+ 


9 S 
121 
152 


4 
4 
5 


7 13/16 

7 13/16 

8 11/16 


$44 00 
55 00 
65 00 



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Improved Centering Chuck. 




This is simply a Scroll Chuck with a steel center. It is made to fasten on a bench, and will perfectly center stock from % inch 
up to 1 }i inch, and will operate quicker and more satisfactory than anything ever yet produced for the purpose. It is always ready for 
use, is very strong, the base and center being of steel, and will last a lifetime ; and, in an ordinary shop, will pay for itself in less 
than three months. Some shops now have them in every room, and consider them almost indispensable. We furnish it at a very 
low price in order to bring it within the reach of all, and fully guarantee it in every respect. 



Price, with 3 Jaws 



$11 00 



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Price, with 4 Jaws 



$12 00 



"CnshmanV Geared Scroll (hnck. 





With No. 1 Jaws. 



Willi No. 2 Jaws. 



These Chucks are being continually improved, no pains being spared to make them first-class in every respect. All of them 
are now made having jj pinions, an advantage over the old style, as a Chuck so made will outwear any other. It uot only makes a 
handier Chuck to use by having a pinion always within reach, but the Chuck is thus perfectly balanced, an advantage when required 
for high-speed machines. They are furnished at the same price, however, as formerly charged for those having but i pinion. The 
Shells, up to and including 3 inch, are made of malleable iron. All Pinions and Scrolls are made of steel. All Jaws, up to and 
including 5 inch, are of steel ; the remaining sizes having Jaws of the best wrought iron, thoroughly case-hardened. All Jaws of 
style No. 2 are ground after being hardened. Key and screws are furnished with each Chuck. 



Diameter . . Inches, 


3 


4 


5 


6 


Weight .... lbs, 
Diameter of Hole . . Inches, 
Diameter of Face-Plate . . " 


2 1/2 

5/8 

27/8 


6 
5/8 

31/16 


10 

3/4 
3 3/4 


14 
I 9/16 

4 3/4 


Price .... Each, 


$10 00 


12 00 


15 00 


18 00 



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" Cushman's " Amateur Geared Chuck. 



TWO INCH. FOB FOOT LATHES AND SMALL WORK. 




Call be fitted with ease to any Lathe or Drill Machine, either with a Taper Ping or a Face Plate. With No. 2 Jaw it holds the 
Drills from 1/16 to 5/S, and with No. 1 Jaw a piece can be held by the outside as large as the diameter of the Chuck. The shell is of 
malleable iron, the working parts are of steel, and the Chucks are made in the most thorough manner. When ordering, be particular 
and state if you want No. 1, No. 2, or both sets of Jaws. 

Price with No. 1 or No. 2 Jaws $6 00 

Price with Two Sets of Jaws ......... 7 50 




No. I. 



The Hartford " Lever Chuck. 



:. 1 Diameter. 






Price with 






Price with 


Inches. 






One Set of Jaws. 






Two Sets of Jaws. 


2 






$4 00 






$5 50 


til 1 3 






S 00 






6 50 


4 






6 00 






7 50 


State in your 


ord 


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or 


T 


wo Sets of Jaws. 




No. 2. 



" Cushma#s " Amateur Lever Chuck. 



ESPECIALLT FOR LIGHT WORK 




But one sue made, 4 inches in diameter. It weighs 3 pounds, and has a hole entirely through. It is well made of good 
material. Is attached to Lathe by lace Plate, 2 5/8 inches in diameter, or it can be screwed on the spindle. Levers and screws 
furnished with each Chuck. Always specify the style of Jaws wanted, otherwise No. 1 Jaws will be sent 



Price, with Two Sets of Jaws 



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The Improved "Clioice" Chuck. 




These Chucks have been greatly improved, so that they are 
the best Chuck in the market at the price offered. 

They will hold drills from the smallest to 5/S inch diameter. 

Dealers are authorized to warrant them as to accuracy and 
durability. 

Price, including Lever . . . $4 00 



The "Peerless" Chuck. 




This Chuck is strong, w T ell made, and durable. 

Holds from o to % Inch. 

Price . . $4 00 



Hand and Lever Chucks. 




This Chuck is a general favorite where a light, quick-run- 
ning Chuck is desired. It is attached to lathes by plug center. 
This style has two sets of Jaws, Regular and Reverse. 
2 Inches, Price . . . . $6 00 



Jewelers' Lathe Chucks. 




DIAMETER TWO INCHES. 

This Chuck is the same every way as the Peerless Drill 
Chuck, only the Jaws are made especially for Watch and Clock 
Makers' and Repairers' use. 

Ivxtra pains are taken to have this Chuck perfectly fitted 
and to run true. 

They have been in use some time, and in no instance have 
parties been dissatisfied with them. 

Price . . . $4 50 



Lecount's New Expanding Mandrel. 




AMATEUR'S SIZE. 

Takes anything from }s to 1 inch, inclusive. This tool is steel, w : ell made, is simple, substantial, cheap and useful. 

Directions. 

To tighten the work, drive with a copper hammer, or a piece of soft iron or brass, on the large end G (not too hard) ; to 
loosen, on small end H. 

G is the end where the dog is attached ; E is the body of the Mandrel ; A is the sleeve that draws up an incline in the body, E ; 
tlie 3 keys, B ; C is the head of the key B, that is held in an annular recess turned in the sleeve, A : the key, B, is gibbed on the 
under side and fits in the groove, I, which are made to match the gibbed keys, B ; H represents the end of Mandrel and the 3 
grooves, I, and the center of the Maudrel ; D represents the object to be turned, and F, the cutting tool. 

Price . . . . . . . . . . . . $5 00 



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Little G-iant" Improved Drill Chuck. 




This is a very strong and durable Chuck. 
No. 1. 2^ Inches in Diameter, Holds from o to % Inch .... 

No. 2. 3 Vz Inches in Diameter, Holds from o to I Inch 



Each,$ 9 00 
" 10 00 



" Beach " Patent Drill Chuck. 




No. Holds from o to i/S 
No. 1 " " o "1/4 
No. 2 " " o "3/8 
No. 3 " " 1/16 " 1/2 
No. 4 " " 3/16 " s/8 



Each, $ 8 00 

" 8 00 

8 50 

" 10 00 

11 00 



Trump Chuck. 

Patented November 14, 1876. 




A Self-Centering Three-Jawed Steet, Chuck, Carefully Made, Durable and Convenient. 
For accuracy and effectiveness they are equal to the best, and because of their simplicity are manufactured at one half of the cost of 

the cheapest. Suitable to hold Drills 1/4 inch and smaller. 

Price, with Shank 41/64, fitted for Upright Drilling Machines ........ Each, $3 50 

Price of Extra Sheila or Caps ............. 75 



Star" < !huck. 




These Chucks are simple in construction, strong and durable, and are warranted to hold the Morse Twist Drills firmly, and without 

danger of breaking. The shanks are centered, so that they may be fitted to any lathe desired. 

The above cut represents No. 1, full size. 

No. 1 Holds from 1/64 to 1/8 Inch Each, $1 50 

No. 2 Holds from 1/32 to 14 Inch ............ 



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Inch, 2 
Per Dozen, $1 50 



" Disston's " Screw Drivers. 




3 
1 75 



Steel Blades, Forged, Polished Handles, Solid Ferrule. 



4 

2 2$ 



5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


75 


3 00 


3 50 


4 00 


5 00 


6 00 



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6 75 



"G-ay & Parsons" Patent Ratchet Screw Drivers. 




Inch, 4 
Per Dozen, $9 00 



6 

1 2 loo 



8 
13 50 



"Billings »Sr Spencer's" Screw Drivers:. 




Drop-Forged from the Best Cast Steel, with Rosewood Handles. Suitable for Gunsmiths' use. 
4 Inch Blades, by 1/8, 1/4, 5/16 and 3/8 Inch Points ..*.... ■ ■ Per Dozen, $4 50 



Inch, 3 
Per Dozen, $3 50 



"Champion" Screw Drivers. 

Patented May 15, 1877, and April 29, 1*79. 




Solid Bolster and Fluted Handles. Hand-Forged. 



4 
4 25 



5 
5 00 



6 
6 00 



Beech Handles 



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Sewing Machine Scivw Drivers. 




Per Dozen, $1 00 | Black Handles 



Per Dozen, $1 25 






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Clark's" Screw Drivers. 

IN SETS. 




With Four Screw Driver Bits and Handle 



"Eureka" Spiral Screw Driver. 

Push on the End of Handle and the Screw goes in. 



Per Dozen 



This cut shows the " Eureka " when ready for use. 

The " Ellrich " Patent Ratchet Screw Drivers. 

IN SETS. 




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Per Dozen, $15 00 




$24 00 



Each Set consists of a Rosewood Handle, with patent Ratchet, and four interchangeable Screw Driver nits enclosed in a neat box. 
Per Dozen Sets ............ $18 00 



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"Allard's" Original Spiral Screw Driver. 



■■AT.T.a-mva" ORIGINAL 

SPIRAL 

SCREW DRIVER. 



The greatest Labor-Saving Tool extant. Saves its cost in a very short 
time. 

Best quality Material. Superior Workmanship. 

Blades are made of the finest Steel and tempered with great care, so 
they will not crumble nor turn. 

Warranted throughout. 

The Screw Driver herewith represented is designed more especially for 
light and rapid work, and for the use of those mechanics who have large 
quantities of small screws to drive they are invaluable, saving many times 
their cost in an incredibly short time. 

Machinists, Gun and Locksmiths, Cabinet-Makers, Coffin- 
Makers. Carriage-Makers, and all other manufacturers and mechanics 
who have large numbers of screws to drive will find it a very convenient 
tool for running in light machine screws. 

No tiresome turning of the hand and twisting of the wrist. Press 
forward, and the spiral turns the screws. 



Each 



$2 50 



THE 

"STANDARD" 

SCREW DRIVER. 



Fig. 2. 



Fig. I. 
Above Cuts about Half Size. 

Fig. i shows Bit extended. 
Fig. 2 shows Bit pushed in. 



The "Standard" Screw Driver. 

The general form and appearance of the Screw Driver is as indicated 
by the Cuts. It will be seen that the blades are double-ended, and give four 
sizes of screw drivers, running from 3/16 to 1/2 inch, a sufficient range for 
ordinary use. Both blades are inserted at the same time in the handle, 
which is so arranged that the blade which it is desired to use projects 
beyond the other This is accomplished by a construction which permits 
the idle or upper blade, as shown in the cut, to slip further into the socket 
than the one in use. When the blades are thus given the desired position 
they are readily secured in place by the thumb nut shown. In referring to 
the advantages of this Screw Driver the manufacturers allude to the fact 
that the four points are of different widths and fit any size of screws, and 
lay special emphasis on the point that there are no loose parts to mislay or 
lose, as the blades are never taken out except for changing the points, and 
must be kept together. That the tool is self-containing and needs no box 
is also mentioned, as well as the facility with which changes are made in 
the points to be used. The full length of the Screw Driver is 12 inches, and 
is described as strong, properly tempered and handsome, being made of tbe 
best materials and nickel-plated, with applewood handle. 

Each . . . $1 00 



The "Standard* 

Screw Driver and the two 

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Nippers and Plyers. 



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No. 61. 



No. 72. 



No. 73. 



No. 96. 



BUTTON'S PLYERS. 
No. IOO. 





A'A 


5 


6 


7 


8 


9 


10 


No. 61. Cutting Nippers . Per Dozen, 


$7 SO 


7 So 


8 50 


11 00 


14 So 


18 50 


22 50 


No. 72. Flat Nose Plyers . . . " 


3 00 


3 So 


4 00 


S 00 


6 00 


7 So 


9 00 


No. 73. Round " " . . 


3 00 


3 So 


4 00 


S 00 


6 00 


7 50 


9 00 


No. 96. Bell Hangers' " . . . " 


8 00 


8 00 


9 00 


12 00 


IS 00 


19 00 


24 00 


No. IOO. Wire Cutters and Plyers . 


10 00 




12 00 




15 00 




24 00 



" Billing's " Patent Combination Plyers. 




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Gas plyers, wire cutter, wrench, And screw driver combined. Drop-forged from best tool steel, and linished first-class in every 
respect. A vcr\ convenient and useful tool for steam and gas fitters, machinists, tool makers, etc., and a very handy tool for every 
household. The tool admits of a wide range of adjustment by a quarter turn of the handle, and shifting one hole to the other it 
Changes from size gas burner to 1/2 inch pipe, or from 3/16 inch round to 3/4 inch round or square. 



Price 



Each, $1 50 



5 Inch 



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Burner Plyers. 



( Ja~ Plyers. 





Per Dozen, $8 00 
9 00 



Size, Inch, 7 
Black, per Dozen, $10 00 
Polished, " " .... 



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10 


1: 




12 


00 


'S 


00 


18 


00 


■3 


00 


16 


00 


19 


00 



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470 



"Hall's" Patent Telegraph Plyers. 




INTERCHANGEABLE JAWS. 



SInch 



Per Dozen, $25 00 



"Hall's" Patent Double Compound Cutting Nippers. 




No. 2. 5 Inches Long, Cuts Wire 3/32 

No. 4. 7 1/8 

No. 6. 8 3/16 



Per Dozen, $13 50 
" " 21 00 
" " 30 00 



" P. s. & W. Co." Improved Cutting Nippers. 




No. 1. Extra Large Size, 12 Inches Long 

No. 2. Large Size, 1 1 Inches Long 

No. 3. Common Size, 10 Inches Long 

No. 4. Small Size, 9 Inches Long 

No. 5. Small Size, 8 Inches Long 



Each, $2 25 

" 2 00 

1 SO 

1 40 

1 00 






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"Windsor" Cutting Nippers. 



47 1 




CUTTERS OP THE BEST STEEL. 



g Inches Long, will cut off Wire No. 8 

"Putnam" Hoof Nipper. 



Each, $i so 



"Grlobe" Hoof Nipper. 




SOLID CAST STEEL AND WARRANTED OF EXTRA QUALITY. SOUD STEEL. 

14 Inches Long .... Per Dozen, $24 00 | 14 Inches Long .... Per Dozen, $18 00 



The "Boss" Wire Cutter. 




Will cut off No. 7 Wire with ease 



Per Dozen, $15 00 



"Carew's" Patent Wire Cutter. 




The advantage of this Cutter over all others is in the ApjistablE Jaws, as seen in cut. When the edges become dull and 

need grinding, the jaws can easily be driven out, from the end showing prick marts, sharpened and replaced ; or replaced with new 
jaws. 

Length, Inches, S 10 12 '4 

Each, $2 00 2 25 2 60 3 00 

Extra Jaws, per Pair, $0 60 o 65 o 70 o 75 

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472 



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German Carpenters' Pincers. 




Sizes, Inches, 6 

Per Dozen, $i 75 



8 
2 6o 



4 So 



7 oo 



Putnam's " Farriers' Shoeing Pincers. 




Sizes, Inches, io 
Per Dozen, $9 00 



POLISHED JAWS AND WARRANTED. SOLID HAMMERED CAST STEEL. 

12 
10 00 



14 

15 00 



The " Easy " Bolt and Rivet Clipper. 




The No. 1 size we test thoroughly on yi inch round iron, and the No. 2 size on Yz inch round iron, so it will be seen that they are 

amply strong, as the thread on a bolt cuts off nearly one-third of the stock. 

With each one of the ' ' Easy ' ' Clippers will be sent a card of directions, and price list of repairs ; also a set of adjusting shims, and a 

special wrench for the lock-nuts ; and each Clipper, with everything belonging to it is packed neatly in a 

wooden box made expressly for the purpose. 

No. 1. For Y% Inch Bolts and under Per Pair, $7 50 | No. '2. For % Inch Bolts and under 



Per Pair, $9 00 



" Champers " Bolt and Rivet Clipper. 




The tools are strong, and designed especially for the use of manufacturers of agricultural implements, car-builders, etc. They cut a 

Bolt or Rivet % inch above the surface of the work through which it projects, thus always leaving % inch for riveting. 
No. 1. For yi Inch Boll or under, for Carriage-Work, Harness-Makers, etc. ...... Each, $ 7 SO 

No. 2. For y z Inch Bolt or under, for Wheelwrights, Machinists, Founders, etc. . . . . " 9 00 

Inch Bolt or under, for Car- Builders, and Heavy Work Generally . . . . . "12 00 



No. 3. For 






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Patent Fuse and Capping Tool 



TOH GIANT POWDKR BLASTING. 




473 



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TATKNTED OCTOBER 23, 



For Cutting and sizing the Fuse to enter the Cap. 

For Crimping the Cap on the Fuse to prevent its drawing out. 

For Making the Hole in Giaut Powder Cartridges to receive the Cap and Fuse. 

Perfectly adapted for the several operations required in usiug Giant Powder Cartridges. 

Can be carried in the vest pocket ; weighs but two ounces ; neatly finished and nickel-plated. 



Per Dozen 



$6 00 



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Giant" Nail Pullers. 




No. 1. Length IS Inches, Weight 5 Pounds 

15 " " 3 " 



No. a 



Per Dozen, $36 00 
30 00 



474 



Spring Punches. 



RKVOLVING TUBIGS. 



fast tube:. 





4 Tubes 
6 Tubes . 



Per Dozen, $12 00 
IS oo 



Tubes, Assorted, 6 to 9 



Per Dozen, $7 50 



Saddlers' Punch Plyers. 




No. 110. 6 Inch 

No. 112. 6 Inch, 2 Extra Tubes 

No. 114. 6 Inch, 3 Extra Tubes 



Per Dozen, $6 25 
" " 9 00 
" " 18 00 



( \ > 1 k luctors' Punches. 





No. -1-310. 



Nickel-Plated 



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Per Dozen, $25 00 | Fancy Holes 



Per Dozen, $13 50 



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Saddlers' Punches. 



Full Size Cut of No. 



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475 



I 2 3 

Nos. 1 to 5 
Per Dozen. $2 oo 



6 to 9 

2 25 



10 and 12 

2 SO 



; Bemis & Call Co.'s" Extra Heavy Cast Steel Belt Punches. 



Nos. 1 to 5 
Per Dozen, $5 25 



6 to 10 

5 75 



12 

6 25 



14 

7 So 



16 

8 7S 



Morrill's" Universal Punch. 




The Punches are made in two sizes, Nos. 1 and 2, 7 and 9 inches long, and made to punch holes in leather, rubber, cloth, paper, 
tin, sheet metal, etc., etc. They are invaluable. 



SHARPENING PROCESS. 



In long usage the Die and Punch will become dull. By removing the pin that holds the handle in, take out the plunger, then 
with a screw driver the die is backed out, then by touching them on a grindstone they are sharpened, and by replacing them as 
before, adjusting the die so as to let the plunger enter 1/64U1 of an inch into the die, the punch is ready for use. 



No. 1 



Each, $1 00 I No. 2 



Each, $1 25 



Packing or Wad Punches. 




Nos. I* to IO » » 

Per Dozen, $2 75 4 50 5 50 



CAST s'j'KKL. 

7 « J 

6 00 6 50 9 00 



1 1 , i 1 , i}i Inches. 

$16 50 18 00 21 00 





Diameter 


01 Numbers. 




No. 1* 


10 


6 


4 


Inches, $i 

&— 


H 


H 


1 



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476 



Octagon Nail Sets. 



CAST STEEL. 



Assorted Points 



Per Gross, $10 00 



Square Nail Sets. 



CAST STEEL. POLISHED. 



Assorted Points 



Per Gross, $12 00 



Buck Brothers" Nail Sets. 



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Best Quality, Assorted 



Per Gross, $16 00 



Bellamy & Oo.'s " Milled Nail Sets 




THE MILLING PREVENTS SLIPPING. 



Square, Assorted Sizes 1/4 Inch to 5/16 



Per Cross, $14 00 



Rivet Sets. 




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Nos. OO and 
Per Dozen, $9 00 



CAST STEEL. 




1 audit 


Sand 4 


7 50 


6 00 



5 and 6 
4 5° 



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KYKLTtT SETS. 




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477 



Per Dozen, $7 50 



Calking Irons. 

BEST CAST STEEL. 
Marked : C. DBKW & CO., CAST STICJGL. 





Deck or Dumb Iron. 



New York Pattern, o, I and 2 Crease 
Spike Irons 
Reefing Irons 
Crooked or Bent Irons 
Dock or Dumb Irons 



Clearing or Reenns Iron. New York Pattern. 

PEK'KS. 



Crooked or Bent Iron 


Per Dozen, 


$7 50 


. " 


7 00 


.. 


9 00 


.. 


9 00 


.. 


8 50 



Marline Spikes. 



Sires, Inches, 10 
Per Dozen, $4 00 



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STEEL POINTS. POLISHED. 
12 

S 00 



14 



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Saw Sets 

Cross Cut Saw Sets 



Stillman's" Saw Sets. 




Genuine. 



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Per Dozen, $5 00 
7 75 



"Aiken's" Patent Saw Sets. 




MP |l " 




< ':i*1 Steel. 



Aiken's Genuine Hammer Saw Sets 
Aiken's Pattern Hammer Saw Sets 



Per Dozen, $13 00 
" " 9 00 



"Leach's" Patent Saw Sets. 




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No. O. 7 Inch Long, Hand 
No. 1. 13 Inch Long, Cross Cut 



Per Dozen, $ 8 00 
" " 15 00 



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479 



"Henry Disston & Sons" Star Saw Set. 




We guarantee this tool to do the work for which it is intended, if properly used; if it does not the money will be refunded. 
For Hand, Hack, Band, Web. Wood and Small Circular Saws, not thicker than iS gauge. 



Price 



Per Dozen, $0 00 



"Henry Disston & Sons' 1 Patent Revolving Saw Set. 




Large Si/e 
Small Size 



Per Dozen, $6.oo 
4 00 



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Plate Saw Sets. 



"B. C. Co." Cross Out Saw Sets. 



WITH GAUGE. 



IRON HANDLE. SIX CITS. 



No. 62 




Per Dozen, $2 00 | All Steel, 12 Inches Long 



Per Dozen, $12 00 



'Morrill's" Perfect Saw Sets. 



'Morrill's" Perfect Bench Stop. 




Patented Feb. 24, 1880. Patented Dec. 14, 1880. 

No. 1. For Hand Saws of every Description, from 32 to 16 
Gauge. 

Each $1 25 



No. 4. For Champion or M Tooth Cross Cut, from 22 to 14 
Gauge. 

Each . . . . . $2 00 




A Substantial and Reliable Bench Stop is a real luxury and a 
solid comfort to all Wood Workers. 



Per Dozen 



$9 00 



"Weston's" Bench Stops or Hooks. 





No. 1. 



No. 2. 



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No. 1 



Per Dozen, $10 00 | No. 2 



Per Dozen, $8 00 



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Lace Leather Cutters. 



481 




Will Cut to a uniform width any leather up to 1/8 inch in thickness and from 3/16 to 3/4 wide. 
Per Dozen ................ $6 00 



No. 590 



N.v .-><>! 



Double Washer Cutters. 




Per Dozen, $18 00 




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Per Dozen, $12 00 



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482 



Boiler-Makers' Screw Punches. 



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"WITH LEVERS COMPLETJ5. 




PUNCHES DO NOT REVOLVE WITH THE SCREW WHEN WORKING. 

No. 1. Punches, %, !s and yi Inch . Price, $25 00 | No. 2. Punches, %, % and ^ Inch 

Extra Punches and Dies . . Per Set, $4 00 



Price, $30 00 



Hydraulic Screw Punch. 




These Punches are very simple in construction, being made without either valves or force pump, and will accomplish twice the 
amount of work with the labor of one man that can be done with the ordinary screw punch. The strain in working does not have 
to be resisted, as in the screw punch, by a cross strain on the punch, and the working bar is a % inch steel rod, 3 feet long, instead 
of a 1 V, inch bar, 6 or more feet long. They are made of an extra quality steel and with best workmanship. An improved packing 
was introduced in them in 1S84, and the jaw made heavier. Turning the screw into the interior chamber forces the Punch ram down. 
The withdrawal of the screw allows the Punch to be forced back. 



No. 1 

Punches, y%, )/ z and % 
Iron, Inch, yk 

Center of Punch to Edge of Iron, Inch, 2 

Weight, lbs, 32 

Price, $72 00 



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2 

H and U 

•A 

*H 

60 

104 00 



3 

•A, H and U 

u 

3'A 

90 

16s 00 



Combined Punch and Shears. 




For Sheet Metal Workers and Coopers, it is the most complete Combined Punch and Shears in the market. 
These machines are so constructed that long cuts can be made full length of sheet. The Dies and Punches are so arranged 
that they can be easily changed. 

We furnish with each machine 3 Punches of different sizes. 



No. 1. Punches 1/8 Inch Hole in 1/8 Inch Iron, and Shears Iron No. 18 

No. 2. " 3/16 " " " 3/16 " [7 

No. 3. " 5/16 5/16 ' r6 



Price, $25 00 
30 00 
35 00 



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"Conqueror" Hand Punch. 



483 



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No. 1. 



Price 



Will punch 3/8 inch hole in 1/4 inch iron, 3 1/4 inch from edge to center of hole. Weight, 40 lbs. 



"Conqueror" Punch and Shear, 



$30 00 




No. 7. Will punch 3/8 inch hole in 1 4 inch iron, 4 inches from edge to center of hole. Will cut l>ar iron 31/31 3 16 inch. 

Weight, 145 lbs. 

Price ..... ........... $55 00 

No. S. Will punch 1 2 inch hole in 3 8 inch iron, 6 inches from edge to center of hole. Will cut bar iron 2x12 inch. 

Weight. 300 lbs. 
Price ................. $85 00 



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Diamond State" Punch and Shear. 



This machine is designed for tinners, coppersmiths, heater makers and sheet* metal workers of every kind. It will 
easily punch No. 12 iron to the center of a 30 inch sheet, and with stay bolts, as shown in cut, will punch No. 8 iron 3 1/4 

inches from edge of sheet with ordinary lever sent with each machine. 
This machine is sufficiently strong to punch that distance from edge a hole 
nearly or quite through 1/4 inch thickness by using extra length of lever, 
which will be furnished at additional cost when ordered. In punching thick 
iron it is necessary to have the Die from 1/64 to 1/32 larger than Punch 
according to thickness of metal. The Punch and Die are instantly adjusted 
by first passing the Punch up through the Die Seat and into the Punch 
Socket, and then dropping the Die into its Seat ; the alignment of the 
holes being so accurate that there is no possibility for careless or incompe- 
tent workmen to get them out of line, which would endanger breaking 
or mutilating the Punch. 

The Punch can be furnished singly or with any or all of its attachments 
as desired. In shearing, work the lever as in punching. For wire cutting, 
drop the lever straight down to insert wire and pull up. Will shear iron 
3/16 inch thick and 3 inches wide, and cut wire 1/4 inch diameter. The 
drill answers every' purpose of a high price drill. For punching heavy work should be set on a bench not exceeding 18 inches high. 
This machine is very strong, built of the best material and well fitted. The construction and design is such that it has great wear- 
ing qualities with the least possible chance of derangement. Holes for oiling are properly located and oil should be often applied. 

Weight of Punch, 140 pounds, with Drill attached, 175 pounds. 
Price, Punch and Shears .............. $40 00 

Drilling Attachment, Extra . . . . . . . . . . . 10 00 




Punches and Shears. 



"FAULIiNER'S" PATENT. 

No. 1. Has 6 Punches and Dies, from 3/16 to 1/2 inch, will 
punch 1/2 inch hole in 3/8 inch iron, or 3/8 inch hole in 1/4 inch plow 
steel. Cuts off 3/8 inch iron 4 inches wide. This machine is mounted 
on an iron bench. Weight 250 pounds. 

Price, All Ready for Work . . . $85 00 



No. 3. Has 9 Punches and Dies, from 3/16 to 3/4 inch, is guar- 
anteed to punch 1/2 inch hole in 1/2 inch iron, or 7/16 inch hole in 
plow steel, will cut off 1/2 inch' iron 10 inches wide. This machine 
has been reconstructed in 1SS2, and made heavier,!. has a compound 
purchase, making it so that one man with a 6-foot lever can punch a 
1/2 inch hole in 1/2 inch iron. Weight 650 pounds. 

Price, with Bench All Ready to Set Up . . $150 00 



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1 ' Eureka " Shears. 




AM, CAST STEEt. 

Has Adjustable Gauge to Cut Metal or Rods to Length. 

No. 1. Cuts Rods to 1/4 Inch, and Sheets any Width an i/S Inch Thick and Less 

No. 2. Cuts to 3/16 Inch Flat, and to 1/2 Inch Round ..... 

BENCH SHBABS. 




No. OO 





1 


2 


3 


Cut, Inch, 12 


10X 


9 


&H 


m 


Each, $13 50 


12 OO 


8 00 


7 00 


6 00 



S 00 



HANTD SHEARS. 




No. 9% 
Cut, Inch, 4% 
Each, $3 00 



7 

4 

2 SO 



8 
2 00 



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3 
1 so 



Seymour's" Tinners' and Dental Snips. 







485 



Each, $12 00 
25 00 



5 6 

7 6 

4 00 3 50 



IO 

I 40 



No. ft. 1 >,' Inch Cut Each, $2 25 



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486 



Screw Wrenches. 



-A.. G-. COE & CO. 




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Inch, 6 


S 


10 


1 1 


'5 


rS 


21 


24 


Bright, $10 00 


11 00 


14 00 


16 00 


26 00 


32 00 


38 00 


44 00 


Black, 9 00 


10 00 


12 00 


14 00 


24 00 


30 00 


36 00 


42 00 



'A.. T>. BRIGG-S" PATTERN. 



Bright, Inch, 10 
Per Dozen, $17 SO 




WARRANTED STEEL FACE AND HEAD. 

WITH LONG NUT OR SX.BBVB. 

12 
20 00 



15 
32 50 



18 
40 OO 



AGRICTILTUBAL WKENCH. 



Black, Inch, 8 
Per Dozen, $10 00 




WROUGHT IRON. 
IO 
12 00 



14 00 



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Number, 1 

Holds; Pipe, 1/8 to 3/8 inch. 

Length, 5 3/4 

Per Dozen, $4 00 



'Alligator" Wrench. 




3/8 to 3/4 inch. 


1/2 to 1 1/4 inch 


10 


16 


12 00 


24 00 



1/4 to 2 inch. 
22 
36 00 



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Pipe Wrenches. 



487 



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' STILLSON-S " PATJ1NT WREN< ' I { . 




Length Open, Inch, 10 

Takes from >4 in. wire to 1 in. pipe. 
Each, $2 25 



PIPE IS NOT CRUSHED BY ITS USE. 

14 IS 

'4 in. wire to 1 '4 in. pipe. <4 in. wire to 2 in. pipe. 

3 00 4 00 



24 

'4 in. wire to 2 y i in. pipe. 

6 00 



CYLINDER OR GAS FIFE WRENCH. 



Size, 10 
Holds Pipe, Inch, yi to 1 
Brig lit, Per Dozen, $21 00 




18 

"; tO 2', 

50 00 



COMBINATION WRENCH. 



Size, 10 

Holds Pipe, 1/2 to 1 inch. 
Bright, Per Dozen, $25 50 




', to 1 3 ,| inch. 
28 50 



1 2 to 2 inch, 
40 50 



' BOARDMAN'S" PATENT I'nMllIXATION WRKXl'll. 





This Combination comprises Six Useful Tools : Screw Wrench, Pipe Wrench, Hammer, Nail Claw, Screw Driver, 

Bit Handle or Socket Wrench. 



NICKEL - PLATED 



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No. 0. Size 4 1/2 Inch (Opens 1 Inch) 
No. 1. "6 " ( " 1 1/4 " I 



Per Dozen, $10 0O 
13 00 



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"Le Count's" Cast Steel Wrenches. 




UNSIZED AND ROUGH. 



No. 1. 1/4 and 5/16 Inch 

No. 2. 3/8 " 7/16 " 

No. 3. 1/2 " 9/16 " 

No. 4. 5/8 "3/4 " 



$0 15 
20 
o 30 
o 40 



No. 5. 7/S and 1 Inch 
No. 6. 1 1/8 " 1 1/4 " . 
No. 7. 1 3/8 " 1 1/2 " 



$0 60 

90 

1 So 



"Billings" Patent Adjustable Wrench. 




4 Inch, Black 



DROP-FORGED FROM BAR STEEL. 



Per Dozen, $9 00 | 4 Inch, Nickeled 



Per Dozen, $10 00 



The "Billings & Spencer" S "Wrenches. 




No. 70 

Length, Inch, 4 

Each, $0 15 

Size of Nuts, Inch, 5/16 and 3/8 



DROP-FORGED FROM BEST NORWAY [RON. 

71 

5 
o 20 

7/16 and 1/2 



7.1 

7 
o 30 

1 1/16 and 3/4 



"Baxter's" Diagonal and S Wrenches. 




Size, Inch, 4 
Per Dozen, $6 00 



6 
9 00 



8 
12 00 



18 00 



24 00 



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"A lways Ready " Wrench< s. 



489 




This Wrench will hold and turn Square and Round Iron, or Pipe ; and is " Always Ready " without adjusting. 

Nickel-Plated, Prepared Forged Steel, Oil Tempered. 



No. 1. Holds from % to % Inch Square or Round Iron 

No. 2. " " tf " I'/ " " 

No. it'A. " '• X " *U 

No. 3. " " V " 2 



Per Dozen, $ 5 00 

6 75 

10 50 

16 00 



Basin Wrenches. 




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NEW PATTERN. OLD PATTERN. 

10 Inch Long ..... Each, $1 25 | 8 Inch Long ..... Each, $1 00 

" Green River " Patent Rim Wrench. 

FOR NUTS ON TIRE -HOLTS INSIDE THE FEI.I' 




This is a labor saving tool for taking oil and putting on nuts in an awkward place inside carriage felloes, and it will l>e found to make 

rapid work of what is usually a tedious job with an S wrench. 

No workman with any regard for his time will fail to use this tool, which will soon earn its moderate cost in any shop, small or large. 
It is made light, handy and strong, and is adapted for use on nuts 1 S. 3 16 and 1/4 inch. 



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Cross Elm Wrench. 




For Nuts 3/16, 1/4, 5/16 and 3/S Inch. 

This Tool will he round to he very handy for nuts inside of felloes of carriage wheels, as well as for other purposes. 

Price ........... . Each, $0 25 



Adjustable Lightning Tap and 
Reamer Wrench. 



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Size A, Length 10 1/2 Inches, for Taps 3/16 Inch to 1/2 Inch. 
Price, $3 00 

Size B, Length 15 Inches, for Taps 1/4 Inch to 3/4 Inch. 
Price, $3 50 

Size C ? Length 20 Inches, for Taps 3/S Inch to 1 Inch. 
Price, $5 00 



Lightning Taper Reamers. 

With Shanks 1/2 Inch in Diameter. 



Inch, 1/4 5/16 3/8 7/16 1/2 9/16 5/8 11/16 3/4 
Price, $0 55 60 o 65 o 70 o 75 80 1 00 1 20 1 40 



NVw Centre Reamer. 



This Tool will be appreciated by every machinist. It is ac- 
curately made of the best steel, and of the most approved form. 
Price, $0 50 



Lightning Countersink and Twist Drill Combined. 




Hole clear through, exact size of Drill, and Drill may be set according to depth wanted. The Countersink following the Drill, the 

job is finished at one operation, saving the adjusting of tools and work twice. 

Sizes, Inch, 5/32 7/32 9/32 n/32 

Price, $1 50 1 60 1 70 I 80 

With Round Shanks, 41/64 Inch Diameter. 



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"Green River" Tire Bolt Holder. 




Price 



For Clamping Bolts while the Nuts are being turned off. Applied without a Screw. 



"Lightning" Punching Press. 



Each, $1 00 




The handle may be set at any angle, up or down, to suit various kinds of work. 

This machine is carefully made throughout, of the best material, and is highly approved by our customers. 

Will Punch 1 4 Inch Round Hole in Iron 1 4 Inch Thick, or 5 16 Inch Hole iu Iron 3 16 Inch Thick. 

Supplied with 3 Punches and Dies. 1/8, 3/16 and 1/4 Inch. Unless otherwise ordered. Punches and Dies will be supplied 1/33 Inch 

over exact sizes. 
Price .... ........... Each, $25 00 

Extra Punches or Dies. Each. $0 50 



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Kinney's" Patent Combination Pipe Tong and Wrench. 



598 An 





A TIPE TONG ON ONE SIDE— A WRENCH ON THE OTHER. 



No. 1 


2 


3 


4 


5 


Holds Iron Pipe, Inch, % to % 


«"to \ 


1 to H 


t'/z to 1% 


2toi^ 


Holds Round Iron, Inch, ^ 


1 


i'A 


2 


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Price, Each, $1 25 


1 so 


2 00 


4 00 


S 00 



" Bobbin's" Patent Chain Pipe Tongs. 




No. 2 


3 


4 


S 


6 


7 


Holds Pipe, Inch, 1 to 2 


i^to 4 


2 to 6 


2# to 8 


4 to 10 


4 to 12 


Price, Each, $5 50 


6 25 


9 00 


12 50 


16 00 


26 00 



"Brown's" Patent Adjustable Pipe Tongs. 




No. 


1 


\% 


2 


3 


4 


Holds Pipe, Inch, 


Jsto^ 


tt to I 


'A to iX 


1 to 2 


i', to 3 


Price, Each, 


$1 00 


I 25 


1 60 


2 00 


4 00 



5 

2'A to 4 
6 75 



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Plain Pipe Tongs. 




493 



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Size, Inch, % y % % % I i% T.% 2 2% 3 3% 4 

Price, Each, $0 60 75 1 00 1 25 I 50 1 75 2 00 2 75 3 00 4 00 500 6 00 



Blacksmiths' Tongs. 



BOLT. 







7 9< fiSSS 








Inch, 


18 




20 


22 


24 


Each, 


$0 60 




65 

GA.D. 


70 


75 






yo^g 









Each 




$1 so 



Each 



$1 50 I Each 



$2 00 



Wrought Iron Ice Tongs. 




POINTED. 



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No. I. Family Use, Open 14 [neb 
No. '2. For Retail Use, Open 17 inch 

No. :l. Loading into Wagons, Open 20 Inch 



Bach, $1 75 

2 00 

" 2 50 



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Pipe Cutters. 



•BARNES" THKKE WHEEL CUTTER. 



• SATJNDER'S." 





No. 2 Pipe Cutter, 'i.to z Inch 
Cutter Wheels, No. 2 





No. 


1 


'2 


3 


$6 00 


Cuts, Inch, 


M01 


1 to 2 


2 to 3 


30 


Each, 


$3 00 


4 SO 


14 00 




Cutter Wheels, " 


$0 25 


40 


60 



'S PANWOOD'S." 



No. 1 

Cuts. Inch, i/i to 1 

Bach, $3 00 

Cutter Wlieels, $0 25 

Blocks and Wheels, $0 50 




3 

2 to 3 
14 00 

50 

1 25 



IMPROVED. 



Huntington's" Emery Wheel Dresser. 

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PAT OCT// /S7S 



For Trueing, Shaping, Sharpening and Removing Grlaze from Soii.i ECmery Wheels Running .-it 

Kull 3peed. 

This Tool is a simple and inexpensive device, designed to take the place of the expensive Diamond Tool, while it does the 
work in a more perfect and satisfactory manner, leaving the Emery Wheel sharp and in the best possible condition for cutting. 

Price .............. Each, $4 00 

Extra Cutters .... Per Set, $1 00 



'"Huntington's" Emery Wheel Aggravator. 




For Shaping, Sharpening, :m<l Removing G-laze from Emery Wheels. 

The " Aggravator" is specially adapted to use on all Saw Gumming and Sharpening Machines, Planer Knife and all Tool 
Grinding Machines. 

Two extra sets of Cutters will be sent free with every tool, that will last for a year or more, making the Patent Emery Wheel 
Aggravator by far the most economical tool in use. 



Price 



Each, $4 00 



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Extra Cutters 



Per Set, 



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Plumbers' Tools. 



495 



DBESSKRS. 



Boxwood 




Each, $i 25 Hickory 



Each, $0 75 



TURN PINS. 



SOLDKK POT. 





Small 

Medium 

Large 



Each, $0 25 Small 

40 Medium 

50 I,ar>;e 



Each, $0 75 

" 1 00 

1 so 



siiavk HOOKS, OVAL, I S OVAL .VXD TRIANGLK. 



Plain 




Bach, $0 50 With Shoulder 



Bach, $0 75 



CHIPPING KNIVKS. 



Five Inch 




"■ os »oi»«4eo 




Bach, $0 60 



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Plumbers' Tools. 



COPPER POINTED BOLTS. 



^V 



Per Pound 



$0 40 



TAP BORERS. 



TORCHES. 





N. Y. Pattern 



Each, $0 50 



Tin 
Brass 



Each, $1 75 
2 25 



ROUND IRONS. 





No. I 
Price, Each, $0 75 



2 

1 00 



3 

1 25 



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FOR OTHER PLUMBERS' TOOLS BEE INDEX. 



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' ' Wright's " Anvils. 




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497 



85 to 250 Pounds are Base Sizes 
Over 250 Pounds Advance . Per Pound, $0 01 

70 to 84 " " . " " 01 

60 to 69 " " . . •' " 02 





Per Pound, $ 


50 to 59 Pounds Advance 


Per Pound, $0 03 


40 to 49 " 


" " 04 


30 to 39 " 


05 



"Eagle" Anvils. 








■ 




• 


- — ^^B^^^^^^^^^S 


H^^^^^*^^ 






STEEL FACE. 






Nos. O 


1 




a 


Weight, Pounds, 10 


15 




20 


Each, $2 50 


3 00 


; 


75 



3 

3° 
4 SO 



"Cheney's" Improved Combined Anvil and Vise. 



WITH ADJUSTABLE JAW. 




No. IO. l-'acc of Anvil 4'.. x ; Inch, Jaws 2 Ji Inch Wide, and Opens 3 Inch 

No. !»0. '-. x.; " 3M 4 " 

No. SO. S s.1'; " " 4 " " 5 " 

No. -10. S'.x 4 •' 4' = " 6 



Each, $3 50 

4 5° 

5 SO 

6 50 



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Bench A'ises. 



'TBKNTON" PATENT IMPEOVKJD PAHALLEL. 



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Jaws, Inch, 
Price, 



$3 00 



4 00 



3 
5 00 



5 75 



4 
7 5<> 



'MILLER'*" AJSTVIL. VISK AND DRILL. 




The Anvil has a Steel Face 4x8 Inches. Vise Jaws, 3 1/2 Inches Wide and Steel Faced. Steel Drill l'ress with Adjustable Chuck 
to hold 1/4 Inch Drills and all Smaller Sizes. Weight of Anvil, Vise and Drill, 80 lbs. 



V. 



Price 



$20 00 



Bench Vises. 



■TRENTON" PATENT IMPROVED SWIVEL. 



499 



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Jaws, Iuch, 2 
Price, $3 so 



2'A 

4 50 



3 
S 5° 



1% 
7 oo 



4 
8 50 



'BACKUP" UNION. 




Jaws, Inch, 1 '.. \'\ 



2>i 



i% 



4* 



Pr.cc, $3 so 4 00 4 so 6 2 S 7 50 10 00 11 25 14 00 18 75 *7 00 30 00 33 00 



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Bench Vises. 



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'PARKER'S" PATENT PARALLEL VISES. 




No. ooo 
Jaws, Inch, $% 
Price, $6 25 



Ztt 



7 oo 



4 '4 

9 oo 



3 

4 '4 

ii 75 



4 
16 25 



5 
24 00 



'PAKKEK'S" PATENT PARALLEL SWIVBL \'ISES. 




No. 19 
Jaws, Inch, i% 
Price, $4 oo 



5 oo 



21 

7 oo 



22 

3H 
8 75 



23 


24 


4* 


4 ! 4 


II 00 


M 5» 






Wood Workers' Vises. 



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501 



SWIVEL COACH MAKERS VISE. 




No. 46. 4 Inch Jaws, Opens 8 Inches 



Each, $12 50 



'TEKNTON" COACH MAKERS' VISE. 




"PARKKB'S" 
PATENT COACH MAKERS' VISE. 




4 Inch Jaws, Opens 9 Inches 



Each, $9 00 I No. 40. 4 Inch Jaws, Opens 8 Inches Each, $10 25 



'PARKKH'S" PA'I'KNT SWIVEL COACH MAKERS' VISK. 



No. 41. 4's Inch Jaws. Opens q Inches 



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SWIVEL JAW 



Each, S13 00 



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Pipe Vises. 



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'HUNTER 



KKLI,KR & CO.'S" WITH ANGI.H; PLATE, 




No. 1 Holds </g to 2 Inch 



Each, $8 00 I No. 2 Holds '4 to 3 Inch 



Each, $15 00 



'NASOIfS." 



' SATTSTDinRS." 





No. 2 Holds X to 2 Inch 
No. 3 " X " 3 " 



Each, $18 00 
" 30 00 



No. 1 Holds % to 2 Inch 
No. 8 " X " 3 " 
No. 3 " X " 4 " 



Each, $14*00 

" 18 00 

30 00 






Pipe Vises. 



PATENT PIF-E! VISRS, WITH IN'l'KHrHANRKABI.K JAWS. 



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No. §6. With 2 Sets Jaws, Weight 76 lbs, for Holding 3-Inch Pipe and under 



Each, $14 75 



PATENT rOMHIXATION FIPK VISES. 




5?4^N 



No. ST. Round and Pipers' Jaws, Weight 41 lbs. lor Holding 2-Inch Pipe and under 

No. 88. 59 3- 

No. SB'-i. 90 4- " 



No. §». 



•• 141 



V. 



Each, $16 00 
20 00 
28 00 



35 00 



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504 



The Farmers' Vise. 




FOR LIOHT -WORK IN METAL OR WOOD. 



jaws, Inch, 2 
Each, $2 50 



2 70 



3 
3 60 



4 65 



4 
6 70 



Solid Box Leg -Vises. 




PKICKS. 



Weight, 



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30 lbs 

35 " 

40 " 

45 " 

50 " 

55 " 

60 " 

65 " 

70 " 

75 " 

80 " 

85 " 

90 " 

95 " 

100 " 

105 " 

no " 

115 " 

120 " 

125 " 

130 " 

135 " 

140 " 

145 " 

150 " 

160 " 

170 " 

180 " 

190 " 



Each, 



$10 00 

8 50 

9 5° 

10 00 

11 00 

12 00 

13 00 

14 00 

15 00 

16 00 

17 So 

18 50 

20 00 

21 00 

22 00 

23 00 

24 00 

25 00 

26 00 

27 50 
29 00 
3' 5° 
33 00 

35 00 

36 00 
41 So 
44 SO 
47 SO 
S3 00 
56 00 



V. 



"Wright's" Vises 



Per Pound, $ . . 



I American Vises 



Per Pound, $ . 



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Hand, No. 142 Y. 



Sizes, to Inch, 4^ 
Per Dozen, $ 9 00 



German Vises. 




Bench, No. 152. 



No. 14.3 Y, Hand. 



5 
10 00 



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505 




Telegraph, No. 146. 



5'A 
II 00 



6 

12 00 



No. 14G. r relecraph. No. 15S. Bench. 

5'A Inch ..... Per Dozen, $12 00 | Assorted to 4 lbs . . . Per Dozen, $24 00 



No. 145 Y, to 4 'i Inch 



Handled Hand Vise. 




".Lowell" Improved Hand Vise. 




Per Dozen, $10 50 



The above is claimed to be the handiest tool of the kind in use. It is of metal throughout, the jaws being of forged steel, and the 
handle of case-hardened malleable iron For holding wire there is a hole through the handle and screw. 

6 Inch Long. Nickel-Plated ............. Each, $2 00 



"Lowell" Pin Vise. 




S Inch Long, Hollow Handle, Nickel-Plated 



Each, $1 50 



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"Alford" Hand Vise. 



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The Vise Jaws are i)i inches wide and open i ! s inches. They will center and hold tools firmly of any shape. The Vise is 
one-third larger than the cut, while the tools are full size. The handle can be unscrewed from the Vise and the bit shank put in its 
place, to be used with a bit brace for any kind of boring, drilling or cutting washers. The handle can also be screwed into the Vise 
at right angles with its usual position, which is desirable for many kinds of work. 

Price, with all the Tools, as above ......... ■•■• I 75 



Hayden & Barnes" Patent Combination Hand Vise. 

WITH PLATE FOB TJSE AS A VISE. WHEN DESIKED. 

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MADE FROM CAST STEEL THROUGHOUT. 

No. O. 5 Inch Long, I Inch Jaw, Weight 8 oz. . 



Each, $o so 



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"Hayden & Barnes" Vises. 



AMATKITR. 



ANVIL VISE. 



507 





THE NEATEST AND HANDIEST LITTLE TOOL OUT 

Amateur. No. 1. 1 Inch Jaw, Weight 6 oz. . 
Anvil Vise, " 2. i'/ 2 " " " i# lbs 
" " S. 2 " " •■ 3^ ■■ 



Style of Nos. 2 and 3. 






Each, $0 25 




50 




1 00 



"Bonney's" Vises. 



No. 1. PLAIN JAW 



No. .'!. SWIVEL JAW. 





No. 1. Plain Jaw, i'/ 2 Inch 

No. 8. " " 2 

No. 3. Swivel " 2 " 



Per Dozen, $ 6 00 

8 00 

12 00 



SWIVEL BENCH AND HAND VISE COMIilNF.D. 






NICKEL-PLATED 

By removing tlic clarnp and attaching the handle that accompanies it, it is at once converted into a Hand Vise. The clamp will 
be found very useful for many purposes. The Vise can he swivelled or turned all the way around and held firmly at any point of the 
circle by means of the thumb screw A 

No. «©. I'.- Inch Steel Jaw- ... ..... Per Dozen. $16 00 



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Vise Screws. 



Iron Bench Screws. 





SOLID BOX. 



WOOD HANDLES. DOUBLE THREAD LOOSE COLLARS. 



Diameter Box, Inch, 1% 1% 2 2 l / t 2^ 1% 2% 
Diameter Screw, Inch, 1% 1% iy s iyi 1% 1% 2 
Each, $350 450 500 650 750 900 1200 



Size, Inch, 1 


iM 


'X 


iH 


i# 


Per Dozen, $12 40 


14 20 


16 40 


26 00 


28 80 



Wood Bench Screws. 




HICKORY. 



Inch, 2 
Per Dozen. $6 00 



2X 

7 00 



2% 
8 s° 



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509 



Adjustable Ball and Socket Saw -Clamp. 




By the use of this Clamp, a Saw can be filed at auy angle, or square, as the operator may desire. 
No. 1. Ball and Socket ............. Per Dozen, $15 00 



Adjustable Saw -Clamp. 




No. il. Adjustable 



V 



Per Dozen, $12 oo 

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" Wentwortli's " Patent Noiseless Saw Vises 



FLEXIBLE HUBHKH CtTSHIO.V HKHVEKN THIO JAW8. 




This Cut Represents Nos. i and 2 Vises. 




No. 3. 

Guaranteed to Make no More Noise than Filing on a Solid Piece of Iron. 

The Jaws are Planed slightly Concave, producing an equal hearing the entire length, and are made to open and close by 
simply turning the Cam Lever. Nos. 1 and 2 Vises can be easily screwed to a work bench or any place desired. No. 3 Vise has a 
Malleable Iron Screw Clamp for attaching it to a work bench, aud by turning a Thumb Nut it can be tilted to any desired angle. 
Also can be easily detached aud carried about from place to place. 



PRICKS. 



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No. 1. (11 Inch Jaws) 
No. 2. (15 Inch Jaws) 
No. 3. (11 Inch Jaws) 



Per Dozen, $15 00 
21 00 
18 00 



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Stearns" Patent Saw Vise. 



5 11 




No. Q. 

The No. o Saw Vise is a very popular one. It has many of the advantages which have established the superiority of this Saw Vise 

over all others in the market. It holds a saw firmly, and by its use the labor of filing is very much lessened. It is light and 

durable, can be readily detached from the bench and carried from place to place. Length of Jaws, g^4 inches. Japanned. 

Per Dozen ............ ... $12 00 



Eccentric Clamp. 




The Clamping Arm or Jaw is so adapted to the H shaft as to slide loosely upon it, or fasten immovably at any point the instant 

opposing pressure is brought to bear against it from the Eccentric. 

Thus, by placing the adjustable foot of the Eccentric Bolt against the work to be clamped, and moving the jaw up the shaft to oppose 

it, then simply raising the Eccentric Lever, the work is instantly clamped with all the power desirable, 

and with many advantages over the slow operating screw. 

19 3 4 



No. O 

Opens, Inches, 2\ 
Per Dozen, $3 60 



4 
4 80 



6 
6 60 



8 40 



"Stearns" Adjustable Clamps. 




MALLKABLE [BON, 



Length, Inch. 3 

Per Dozen. $4 00 



5 
6 50 



9 00 



9 
10 50 



15 00 



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512 



Quilting Frame Clamps. 




No. 1. Light, Opens 2% Inches 



No. 1. No. 32. 

Japanned* 
Per Dozen, Si 35 | No. 32. Heavy, Opens 2% Inches Per Dozen, $2 00 



"Monarch" Adjustable Clamps. 








Made in three sizes, Nos. I, 3 and 5. For ordinary work we recommend No. 3 ; for heavy and general work use No. 5. One pair or 
set when separated consists of 4 clamps, 4 sleeves, and 2 screw-threaded rods. 



No. 1 
Per Pair, $2 50 



3 

3 00 



5 

3 SO 



Door Clamps. 





Complete, as per Cut 



Per Dozen, $36 50 



Irons Only 



Per Dozen, $24 00 



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Carriage Makers' Clamps. 



513 




Malleable Iron, Swivel Nut. 



No.. 0© 





1 


2 


3 


4 


Opens, Inch, 2 


*y* 


3 


4 


5 


7 


Per Dozen, $2 00 


3 So 


4 00 


6 00 


7 00 


9 75 



13 00 



16 00 



Boiler Clamp. 



Steel Clamp. 





Is made of steel ; is heavy ;ind very strong ; the foot is 
planed square by the screw ; the screw is a good job, done in 
the lathe ou centers, and a good fit in a long nut with a full 
thread. Is suitable for any heavy work. Opens 4 inches from 
center of screws and runs back 4 ' 2 inches. 



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Price 



$4 00 



The Back is 2)i Inches from Center of Screw. 
I-ixtra heavy, with button on end of screw, hung on a ball 
so as to accommodate itself to irregularities without bending 
the screw. The foot of the Clamp is planed. 

No 1 i :t 1 .5 6 7 M 

Opens, Inch, 2 3 4 5 6 8 10 12 

Each, $1 75 2 00 2 25 2 50 2 75 3 25 3 75 4 25 



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Slide Jaw Ship Clamps. 






COMPOSITION BOX. 




Screw, Inch, 7 /i 


1 


i'A 


Size of Bar, " i U x >4 


z* ^ 


2% X)S 


Opening of Clamp, " iSx4 


2o x 4 


24*4^ 


Each, $7 00 


8 oo 


12 00 



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35x5 
15 00 



"Bliss" Hand Screw Clamps. 




Diameter of Screw, Inch, 

Length " " 5 

" Jaw, 4 

Per Dozen, $2 50 



H 


X 




X 




1 


i'A 


itf 


9 


12 




6 




IS 


20 


24 


7 


10 




'4 




16 


IS 


20 


3 00 


S 00 


7 


00 


9 


00 


10 00 


11 50 



Drilling Crows. 



No. 2. For Pipe 1 ;i to 6 Inch 



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Each, $13 00 I No. 3. For Pipe i'/ 2 to 12 Inch, 



Each, $16 00 



Clamp Pleads. 



515 



SINGLE NUT. 



DOUBLE NUT. 



iOSSM 





Single Nut, Wrought Screw, Iron Handle. 



1 >iameter of Screw, Inch, 1 
Length, " 9 

Per Dozen, $15 00 



19 00 



11 
22 00 



*'A 

12 

31 00 



Double Nut, Wrought Screw, Iron Handle. 



Diameter of Screw, Inch, 1 

Length, " 10 

Per Dozen, $19 00 



12 

23 00 



28 00 



i'A 
16 

44 00 



AMATKU1W DO«. 



Lathe Dogs. 



IIJ^VW S'L'KEL DOG. 





For Small Lathes, Jewelers, Amateurs, etc. 
It is Steel, with Hardened Screws. 



Steel Screws. U. S. Standard and the Points Hardened. 

This Dog is very Heavy, and is Warranted not to Break with 

any Work. 



No. I 

Bore, Inch, J£ 
Bach, $0 30 



Amateurs' Dog. 

9 * 

A X 

35 o 45 



o 50 



Heavy SteeJ Dolt. 



No. 


1 


'i 


3 


1 




S 




6 




7 




>» 


9 


IO 


Inch, 


\i 


'; 


H 


H 




% 




1 




I's 




% 


'X 


'M 


Bach, 


$0 40 


50 


60 


60 




70 




70 




} 80 





80 


95 


95 


No. 


11 


12 


18 




14 




15 




16 




17 




18 


19 


Inch, 


i# 


2 


2* 




2'A 




3 




3'-- 




4 




4'A 


5 


Bach, 

t 


$1 10 


I 20 


1 35 




1 45 




1 60 




1 80 




2 10 




2 75 


3 25 



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"Lightning" Screw Plates, Etc, 



MADE BY 



Wiley & Russell M'l'g Co. 




Assortment O., Stoclc 6 Inclie-s Xiong- 

Full Set of No. o, with 14 sizes Taps and Dies, 5/64 to 9/32, Tap Wrench, Bit Brace Holder, and Holder for Lathe I'se. 

Price, Complete, in Case ............... $18 00 

Prices of Single Parts, Dies, $0 60 Guides, $0 15 Taps, $0 40 Wrench, $0 50 Stock. $1 00 




SET WITH 5 SIZES, 
WITH TAP WRENCH. 

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B Set, with 7 sizes, 1/4 to 3/4 Inch. 1 Q Set, with 5 sizes, 1/8 to 1 4 Inch. C Set, with 7 sizes, 3/8 to 1 Inch. 

Price, Complete, in Case $25 00 I Price, Complete, in Case . . $7 00 ! Price, Complete, in Case . $32 75 




1) Set, with 6 sizes, 7/8 to 1 1/2 Inch. 



Price, Complete, in Case 



$60 00 



Taper Reamers for Bit Brace I'se. 

SINGLE. IN SKTS 



nhriiiiiiUisfc 




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Inch, 1/4 5/16 3/8 7/16 1/2 9/16 5/8 11/16 3/4 1 Sets of 9 sizes, 1/4 to 3/4 Inch. 

Price, $0 45 o 50 o 55 60 70 o 80 o 90 1 05 1 20 I Trice, in Case ..... 



$7 25 



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"Lightning" Taps and Dies. 

FOB "LIGHTNING" SCREW PLATES. 

Made by Wiley & Russell M'f'g Co. 

HAJSTD TAPS. -LIGHTNING" DIE. 

Of the Very Finest Quality. Used in Hates B. and D. and also In " Lightning- " Bolt Cutting- Machines. 

TAPER. 



See Pages 516, 524 and 525. 



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Explanation of "Lightning" Die. 

The Taper-Headed Screws regulate the cut. Another Binding Screw, not shown in cut, is placed opposite the one shown. 

In adjusting the Die, the Binding Screws are first slackened, and the size required fixed by moving the Taper-Headed Screws in or 

out ; after which the Binding Screws are set very tight the last thing. 



PRICES OF TAPS, DIES, ETC., FOR "LIGHTNING" PLATES. 



Sizes, Inches. 


Number of 
Threads to Inch. 


Hand Taps, 

Taper, Plug or Bottoming, 

Each. 


Dies, 

Without Collets, 

Each. 


Pipe Dies, 

With Guides, 

Each. 


3/16 


24 


$0 45 


$1 00 




1/4 


20 


45 


1 00 


$1 50 


5/16 


18 


5° 


I 00 




3/8 


16 


55 


1 15 


1 90 


7/16 


14 


60 


1 30 




1/2 


12 


70 


1 50 


2 35 


9/16 


12 


80 


1 75 




5/8 


10 and 11 


90 


1 90 




3/4 


10 


1 20 


2 35 


3 75 


7/8 


9 


1 60 


3 00 




1 


8 


2 00 


3 75 


5 00 


1 1/8 


8 


2 25 


4 40 


. . . 


1 1/4 


7 


2 60 


5 00 


5 5° 


13/8 


6 


3 00 


5 75 


. . . 


1 1/2 


6 


3 50 


7 00 


5 50 


2 








5 50 



Left-hand Taps and Dies same price as right-hand. 

Stocks for Size o, $1 00 ; B and C $4 00 ; D, $10 00. Collets for sizes B and C, $0 75 ; D, $1 00. 

Unless otherwise ordered, we fit the "Lightning" Plates (excepting those for wire sizes) with V-Thread Taper Taps and Dies for 

rough iron, 1/32 over exact sizes. Whitworth and Franklin Institute standard supplied when ordered. 

The "Ligh tnintr" Tups and Dies for Use in the Bit Brace. 




These are extremelv valuable tools on carriage work. Since we introduced them, thousands have gone into use in the best shops, 

and given the highest satisfaction. They are very frequently kept in use even where there is a Lightning Screw Plate or Machine, 

as old bolts can often be re-cut without removing them from their places, and much trouble saved in taking work apart. 

The Die is not solid, but in two pieces, and of the same construction as the dies for Lightning bolt-cutting machines. Each Die 

has a holder of its own. 
Sizes, Inch, 3/16 1/4 5/'6 3/8 

Tap, Die and Holder, Complete, Price, $2 25 2 25 2 30 2 50 



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WILEY <fe EXT S SELL M'F'Gr OO.'S 

" Green River " Sere ay Plate. 



LIKE THE "LIGHTNING" PLATE, IT DOES ITS WORK AT A SINGLE CUT. 



THE NOTV "GREEN RIVER" SCREW PLATE. 

We offer the New Plate as an important addition to our line. Its quality, both as to material and workmanship, is up to the highest 

standard ; and its simplicity, solidity, and durability, with its moderate price, make it particularly attractive. 

Like the "Lightning" Plate, it does its work at a single cut. The die is adjustable for wear, and to make bolts and nuts fit tightly or 

loosely as may be desired. The stock used is similar to the "Lightning " and the taps the same. 




Set No. 1. 3/16 to 7/16 inch. Stock 10 inches long. With 

both Stock and Brace Holder for Dies. 5 sizes, 3/16, 

1/4, 5/16, 3/8, 7/16 inch Taps, Dies and Guides. 

Complete in Case ..... $10 50 




Set No. 2. 1/4 to 3/4 inch. Stock 23 inches long. 7 sizes 

l/4, 5/i6, 3/ 8 . 7/i6> '/2 5/8. 3/4 inch Taps, 

Dies and Guides. 



Complete in Case 



$17 SO 




Set Ko. 4. 3/S to 1 inch Stock 29 inches long. 7 sizes, 

3/8, 7/16, 1/2, 5/8, 3/4, 7/8, 1 inch Taps, 

Dies and Guides. 




Complete in Case 



$24 00 



Set No. 5. 1/4 to 1 inch. Stock 29 inches long. 9 sizes, 

'/4, 5/16. 3/S, 7/i6, 1/2, 5/8, 3/4, 7/8, 1 inch 

Taps, Dies and Guides. 

Complete in Case ..... $27 00 




J&OOOO ' OOOOO 



Set JNo. 6. 1/2 to 1 1/4 inch. Stock 35 inches long. 7 sizes, 

I/ 2 , 5/8, 3/4, 7/8, 1, 1 1/8, 1 1/4 inch Taps, 

Dies and Guides. 



Complete in Case 



$30 00 



Set No. 8. 1/4 to 1 1/4 inch. Stock 35 inches long. 1 1 sizes, 

i/4, 5/>6, 3/8, 7/i6, 1/2, 5/8, 3/4, 7/8, I, 1 1/8, 1 1/4 

inch Taps, Dies and Guides. 



Complete in Case 



$38 so 



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Taps and Dies for the "Green River" Screw Plate 



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HA.3NTD TAPS QW TIIFC VERY FINEST QTJ-AJLiITY. 

SAME AS USED IN THE " LIGHTNING " PLATE. 



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BOTTOMING. 

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The principle of the Dies will lie understood from the cuts and explanation below. 




The cut shows a Die and Guide taken out of the Stock, also the same taken apart to show the mechanism. The cup-headed screw on 

the rij^lit holds the halves lirmlv together, while the size is regulated by the wedge-shaped screw on the left, 

the whole being clamped in the elastic stock, same as in the " Lightning " Plates, 

PRICES OF TAPS AM) DIES SEPARATELY. 

Inches, 3/16 1/4 5/16 3/8 7/16 1/2 9/16 5/8 11/16 3/4 13/16 7/S 15/16 1 11/81 1/4 

Tu lis, Each, $0 45 o 45 o 50 55 o 60 o 70 o 80 90 1 05 1 20 1 40 1 60 1 80 2 00 2 25 2 60 
Dies, " $125 125 125 150 150 175 175 175 175 200 200 300 300 300 375 450 

Stocks Nos. 1, 2, 4 and 5, $2 00 each. Nos. 6 and S, $4 00 each. Guides, $0 25 each. 

Adjustable Pipe Dies, 1 inch ami under, supplied for above Stocks, Nos. 2 to 8. 



Xote. — All sets furnished for rough iron, 1/32 inch over exact standard, unless otherwise ordered. 



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Stocks and Dies. 



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No. 


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No. 


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No. 


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25. 


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32. 


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34. 


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35. 


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37. 


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38. 


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41. 


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42. 


No. 


45. 


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47. 


No. 


49. 


No. 


51. 


No. 


53. 



PRICES AND DESCRIPTION. 

Cuts 2 in. to i in. Left Hand, and 2 in. to 1 in. Right Hand, with S Taps and 4 Pairs of Dies 

" 2 in. to 7/8 in. Right Hand, with 8 Taps and 4 Pairs of Dies ..... 

" 1 3/4 in. to 7/8 in. Left Hand, and 1 3/4 in. to 7/8 in. Right Hand, with S Taps anil 4 Pairs of Dies 

" 1 3/4 in. to 3/4 in. Right Hand, with 8 Taps and 4 Pairs of Dies ... 

" 1 1/2 in. to 3/4 in. Left Hand, and 1 1/2 in. to 3/4 in Right Hand, with 8 Taps and 4 Pairs of Dies 

" 1 1/2 in. to 3/4 in. Right Hand, with 8 Taps and 4 Pairs of Dies ..... 

" 1 1/2 in. to 1 in. Left Hand, and 1 1/2 in. to 1 in. Right Hand, with 4 Taps and 2 Sets of Dies 

" 1 1/4 in. to 7/8 in. Left Hand, and 1 1/4 in. to 5/8 in. Right Hand, with 6 Taps and 3 Pairs of Dies 

" 1 1/4 in. to 1/2 in. Right Hand, with 6 Taps and 3 Pairs of Dies ..... 

" 1 1/4 in. to 7/8 in. Left Hand, and 1 1/4 in. to 5/8 in. Right Hand, witli 4 Taps and 3 Sets of Dies 

" 1 1/4 in. to 1/2 in. Right Hand, with 5 Taps and 3 Sets of Dies .... 

" 1 in. to 3/4 in. Left Hand, and 1 in. to 1/2 in. Right Hand, with 6 Taps and 3 Pairs of Dies 

" 1 in. to 3/8 in. Right Hand, with 6 Taps and 3 Pairs of Dies ...... 

" 1 in. to 3/4 in. Left Hand, and 1 in. to 1/2 in. Right Hand, with 4 Taps and 3 Sets of Dies 

" 1 in. to 3/8 in. Right Hand, with 3 Taps and 3 Sets of Dies ..... 

" 3/4 in. to r/2 in. Left Hand, and 3/4 in. to 3/8 in. Right Hand, with 6 Taps and 3 Pairs of Dies 

" 3/4 in. to 3/8 in. Right Hand, with 6 Taps and 3 Pairs of Dies .... 

" 3/4 in. to 3/8 in. Left Hand, and 3/4 in. to 3/8 in. Right Hand, with 4 Taps and 4 Sets of Dies 

" 3/4 in. to 1/2 in. Left Hand, and 3/4 in. to 1/2 in. Right Hand, with 2 Taps and 2 Sets of Dies 

" 3/4 in. to 5/16 in. Right Hand, with 3 Taps and 3 Sets of Dies ..... 

" 3/4 in. to 3/S in. Right Hand, with 2 Taps and 2 Sets of Dies ...... 

" 5/8 in. to 3/16 in. Right Hand, with 6 Taps and 3 Sets of Dies .... 

" 5/8 in. to 7/16 in. Left Hand, and 5/8 in. to 5/16 in. Right Hand, with 6 Taps and and 3 Sets of Dies 

" 1/2 in. to 1/8 in. Right Hand, with 6 Taps and 3 Sets of Dies ..... 

" 1/2 in. to 5/16 in. Left Hand, and 1/2 in. to 3/16 in. Right Hand, with 6 Taps and 3 Sets of Dies . 

" 5/8 in. to 7/16 in. Left Hand, and 5/8 in. to 5/16 in. Right Hand, with 6 Taps and 3 Pairs of Dies 

" 5/8 in. to 1/4 in. Right Hand, with 6 Taps and 3 Pairs of Dies ..... 

" 1/2 in. to 5/16 in. Left Hand, and 1/2 in. to 1/4 in. Right Hand, with 6 Taps and 3 Pairs of Dies 

" 1/2 in. to 3/16 in. Right Hand, with 6 Taps and 3 Pairs of Dies ..... 

" 5/16 in. to 1/16 in. Right Hand, with 4 Taps and 4 Sets of Dies ..... 







Per 


Set. 


$60 


00 


60 


00 


45 


00 




4S 


00 




35 


00 




35 


00 






20 


00 






12 


00 






12 


00 






10 


00 






10 


00 






9 


00 






9 


00 






6 


00 






5 


00 






6 


50 






6 


5° 






5 


00 






4 


00 






4 50 






4 


00 






4 25 






4 5° 






3 25 






3 50 






5 50 






5 50 






4 50 






4 5° 






2 


75 



"King's" Plug .ind Taper Taps. 




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Size, Inch, 1/4 
Each, $0 30 



5/16 
o 30 



3/8 
° 35 



7/16 
o 40 



1/2 
40 



9/16 
50 



5/8 
50 



3/4 
65 



7/8 

i.0 



1 
1 25 



1 1/8 
1 50 



1 1/4 
1 75 



■3/8 
2 50 



1 1/2 
3 00 



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NOVELTY SCREW-CUTTING T O O L S , 

IK SETS. 

FOR THREADING TELEGRAPH-INSTRUMENT, SEWING-MACHINE, GUN, AND OTHER SMALL MACHINE SCREWS. 




Representing Set No. 3, in Walnut Case. 

No. O. Containing 1 Die-Holder and 1 Tap and Die each, Nos. 4, 6, 8, 10 and 12 . . . . . Per Set, $5 00 

No. 1. Containing 1 Die-Holder, 1 Tap-Wrench, and 1 Tap and Die each, Nos. 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14 . . " " 7 00 

No. 2. Containing 1 Die-Holder, 1 Tap-Wrench, and 1 Tap and Die each, Nos. 2, 3, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12 and 14 . " " 8 50 

No. 3. Containing 1 Die-Holder, 1 Tap-Wrench, and 1 Tap and Die each, Nos. 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 12 and 14, and 2 each \ ,, ,, 
Taps and Dies, No. 10 . . . . . . . . . . . . ' 

Unless otherwise ordered the above are furnished with Standard Machine-Screw Threads, but different sizes and threads are 
substituted if desired. 

These sets of Improved Screw-Cutting Tools are placed in nicely finished Black Walnut Boxes, with Slots and Grooves cut for 
each article, so that they may be kept separate and found at a glance when wanted. 

[See Page 522 for Other Plates.] 



'STUB'S" NOTCHED SCRE W-PIj ATES, 
WITH TAPS COMPLETE. 






No. 1. 6 Sizes, Cuts to Follow Drill, No. 45 to 55 

No. 1. 8 ' 36 to 55 

No. 8. 6 " " " 24 to 40 

No. 2. 8 12 to 40 

No. SJ. 10 " " 3 to 40 



Each, $1 50 

1 75 

2 00 

2 25 

3 50 



Length, 6 Inches, Cuts 3 32 to 3 i" 

7 '■ '• i/'S to 1 4 

8 " " 3/16 to 5/16 



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WITH TAPS COMPLETE. 




Each, $3 00 
3 25 
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No. 1 SCREW-PLATE. DIES AND TAPS. 




Cuts 1/8 •», 5/32 «, 3/16 ", 7/32 ", 1/4 



For Model-Makers and Jewelers. 



No. 1 TAP WRENCH. 



$4 SO 




Holds y s to X 

THE ABOVp; SCREW PLATE AND TAP WRENCH, NICKEL-PLATED, PUT UP COMPLETE IN A MOROCCO CASE. 



$1 60 




With Dies and Taps 



$7 00 



WOOD SCREW- CITTTKBa 




FOR CUTTING THREADS ON HARD WOOD, AND TAPPING OUT NUTS FOR THE SAME. 



SET CONSISTS OF CUTTER AND TAP. 



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Per Set, $1 00 



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1 00 



X 


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1 25 


I 40 


1 50 


2 00 


2 75 



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TOR MACHINISTS' ANTTJ BLACKSMITHS' USE. 




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Size A A Cuts 



Size A Cuts 



Size B Cuts 



Diameter, Inch, 1/8 
Threads, 32 



1/2 I 
12 j 



FOE. THREADING BOLTS. 

The accompanying engraving shows sizes AA, A and B Duplex Die Stock without Guides or Cut-off, fitted for Blacksmiths, 
Carriage Makers, Machinists and Model Makers' use. Cut can be varied >s either way with same set of Dies, opened and taken off 
without turning back. We furnish them, put up in a neat wood case, with complete sets of Dies and Taps. 

3/16 1/4 5/i6 3/8 7/' 6 

24 20 18 16 14 

Put up in Case with 7 Taps and 7 Sets of Dies. 

Diameter, Inch, 1/4 5/16 3/8 7/i° 1/2 & 9/16 

Threads, 20 18 16 14 I2 

Put up in Case with 8 Taps and 7 Sets of Dies. 

Diameter, Inch, 1/4 5/16 3/8 7/'6 l l 2 & 9/'6 5/8 

Threads, 20 18 16 14 12 11 

Put up in Case with 10 Taps and 9 Sets of Dies. 



5/8 



3/4 



3/4 
10 



7/8 
9 



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$20 00 



$25 00 



$35 00 



HAND TAPS POK "DITPLl-'.X" OK "MAGIC" PLATES. 

Size, 1/4 5/16 3/8 7/16 1/2 9/16 5/8 3/4 7/8 I 1 1/8 1 1/4 

Price, «o 45 50 55 o 60 70 80 90 1 20 1 60 2 00 2 25 2 60 



'3/8 
3 00 



DIES I.'dR 
Size A A. Per Single Set of 4 Pieces 
Size A. " " " " 4 " 

Size B. " " " " 4 " 



■DUPLEX" OH -.M.VfilC" SCREW PLATES. 



I 1/2 

3 50 



$1 75 
2 00 
2 50 



"Gleason's" Screwing Stock for Brass Tubing. 




Will Cut, Inches, 5/16 



FOR CUTTING FINi; THREADS ON BRASS TUBS. 

3 8 7/i6 •/» 

The Above Sizes are for Outside Diameter. 



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5/8 3/4 

$10 00 



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"Lightning" Bolt Cutters and Taps. 



HAIvro BOI.T CtTT'l'KHS AJSTD NUT-TAPPERK 





JVo. O. Made to be bolted to the bencb or table. Fitted 
with 7 sizes, from 1/4 inch to 3/4 inch. Usual assortment, 1/4, 
5/16, 3/8, 7/16, 1/2, 5/8 and 3/4 inch. 

Price with Taps, Dies in Collets, etc. , 
Complete, without Balance-Wheel . . . $65 00 



Mo. \'/i. For the bench or table. Fitted with 7 sizes 
from 3/8 inch to 1 inch, inclusive. Usual assortment, 3/8, 7/16, 
1/2, 5/8, 3/4, 7/8 and 1 inch, all 1/32 inch over exact standard, 
unless otherwise ordered. 



Price, complete with Taps, Dies, Nut Chuck, etc 



$100 00 



HAND BOLT-CUTIKR A.T>TD NUT-TAPPER. 




INo. IO. Weight, 350 pounds. 

The capacity of this Machine is, for Bolts and Nuts, 1/4 inch to 1 1/2 inch, and for pipes, 1/8 inch to 2 inch. Any crooked or 
odd-shaped pieces may be threaded without straightening. The engraving shows a 1/2 inch staple, held in the chuck. The spindle 
is hollow, and bolts of any length may be cut. Bolts and nuts, say 3/4 inch and under are rapidly done, with the gears out, by the 
handle on the balance-wheel, in which wheel, moreover, the crank may be placed when desired For large work the gearing 
multiplies the direct force of the crank at the side of the Machine between six and seven fold, and the arrangement is such that, the 
Die being run sufficiently far on the work, the gears may instantly be thrown out and the Die whirled swiftly back off the thread by 
means of the balance- wheel. 

Rxtra steel dogs are attached to the Chuck to secure large smooth pipe which might sometimes slip in the jaws. 

The oil poured on tne work is drained into a basin under the Chuck and can be used again. 

The remarkably great range of this Machine — it being equally excellent on very large, very small, crooked or straight bolts 
(with nuts), and on pipe — must make it a favorite. 

Assortment 1. Machine, complete, with Taps, and Dies in Collets for Bolt and Nuts,'i/4, 5/16, 3/8, 7/16,1/2, 5/8, 3/4, 7/8, I, 
1 1/8, 1 1/4, 1 3/8 and 1 1/2 inch Chuck, Wrenches, etc , for bench. 



Price 



$185 00 



If wanted for Power, add $50 00. Add for Pipe Dies and Collets 1/4 to 2 inch, $40 00. 



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Lightning" Bolt Cutters and Taps. 

BOLT-C'UTTi:H ANT) Niri'-TAPPBE. 



525 




No. 20. For the bench or table. Fitted with 9 sizes, 1/4 inch to 1 inch. Usual assortment, 1/4, 5/16, 3/8, 7/16, 1/2, 5/8, 3/4, 
7/8 and 1 inch. 

Price, with Taps, Dies in Collets, etc., complete for the bench ■ • • . . $90 00 



MOLT -CUTTER AND NUT-TAPPBE.-For Power Only. 




No. 15. Hollow Spindle. Vise adapted to hold properly the various sizes, ami to take work of irregular shapes. Power- 
fully back-geared, the gears to be thrown out, as in engine lathe, for small work, and also in running back after cutting screws. 

Assortment 1. Macliiue complete, with Taps, Dies and Collets for bolts and nuts, 1/4, 5/16, 3/S, 7/16, 1/2, 5/8, 3/4, 7/8, 
1, 1 1/8, 1 1/4, I 3/8 and 1 l/a inch, Counter -shaft, etc. 

Price . . .......... $375 00 

1 3/4 inch Tap, Die and Collet extra, $17 50. 2 inch Tap, Die and Collet extra, $21 or: 

Pipe Dies and Collets for the above. 1 4 to 2 inch, add $40 on. 



MAOIUISTK TAPS AXD DIES. 



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PRICE MACHINE TAPS AND DIES. 




Inches. 1/4 5/16 3/8 7/16 i/a 9/16 5/8 3/4 7/8 1 1 i;S 1 1/4 13/8 1 1/2 15S [3/4 2 
Taps, Each, $0 60 o 70 o 80 90 1 00 1 15 1 30 1 60 2 10 2 80 3 20 3 70 4 20 4 70 5 30 6 00 7 70 
Dies, 100 100 lis 1 30 '5° '75 '9° 235 300 375 440 500 575 700 850 1000 1200 



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"New York" Screw Plates. 



THE DEE HOLDERS ARE DROP - FORGED FROM THE BEST WROUGHT IRON. 



PRICE, SCEKW PLATES WITH DIKS. 



Size A, with 3 Pair Dies, Cutting } '-", \ ", \ ", 

" B, " 4 I «, \ ", I J \ 3 "' 

" C, " 4 I ", S "» 3 M , 1 * 

" D, " 4 " " " j», 1 ", 1 ", 1 «•* 



Extra Dies for the above, A, $1 00 ; B, $1 25 ; C, $1 75 ; D, $2 00 



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8 00 

10 00 

13 00 




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Machinists' Hand Taps. 



TAPER 



PLUG. 



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BOTTOMING. 



Size, Inch, 1/4 5/16 3/8 7/16 1/2 9/16 5/8 3/4 7/8 1 1 1/8 1 1/4 1 3/8 1 1/2 

Each, $0 45 50 55 o 60 o 70 o 80 90 1 20 1 60 2 00 2 25 2 60 3 00 3 50 



Patent Adjustable Tap Wrench. 




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Size A, holds Taps from 1/4 to 5/S, $3 00 



B, from 1/2 to 1, $4 00 



C, from 7/8 to 1 1/4, $5 00 



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GAS PIPE STOCKS AND DIKS. 




No. 1. Plate, with 2 1/2 inch Square Dies, Threading Pipe 1/4 to 1 inch 
No. 2. " " 4 " " " " " ' '/4 " a " . 

No. 3. " " 5 " " " " " 2 1/2 and 3 " 

Leader Screws used in both Nos. 2 and 3 Plates. 



Each, $10 00 

. " 13 S° 

" 30 00 




Extra Dies for No. 1 Plate 



$1 50 I Extra Dies for No. 2 Plate 
Extra Dies for No. 3 Plate . . $7 So 



$2 50 



GAS PIPE TAPS. 




Size, Inch, 1/8 1/4 

Each, So 60 o 65 



3/8 


1/2 


3/4 


1 


1 1/4 


1 1/2 


2 


2 1/2 


3 


75 


1 00 


1 35 


1 70 


2 00 


2 30 


3 50 


6 00 


8 00 



COMHINKD TAP AND DRILL. 




Diameter, Inch. 1 I 
Each, $2 50 



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3/* 

2 50 



1/2 

3 00 



3/4 
4 50 



6 00 



1 1/4 
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1 1/2 
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"MORRIS, TASKEB & CO.'S" OAS PIPE STOCKS A.N-D DIES. 




No. 2. Threads ' 4 to i Inch 



Per Set, $12 oo No. :{. Threads i 'i to 2 Inch 



Per Set, $i; oo 



PATENT "DUPLEX" DIE STOCK, OR MAGIC PIPE PLATE. 

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WITH I'IPK CUTTER ATTACHED. 
' ;l IT-SI RATED. I 

Directions for Using. — To thread i% inch pipe, place each die in the slot bearing the corresponding number and turn 
cam plate A until the I % inch mark is at the spring gauge E ; fasten the dies in this position by screwing down lock plate D ; slip 
the pipe through the guides, the end resting against the dies ; close the guides on the pipe by turning cam plate B ; fasten guides by 
turning lock plate C and proceed to cut the thread. To change the dies, turn cam plate A until letter S passes by the spring gauge 
E. The dies will then slip out. 

Always keep dies sharp ; they will last longer and cut easier ; and as the dies wear or are recut, the graduating gauge is very 
easily and quickly reset. To do this, set the dies in on a standard nipple, tighten the lock plate, loosen the two screws that hold the 
gauge, and move it into the desired notch on edge of cam. 

To cut off pipe put in the blank dies, short end for large pipe and long end for small pipe, slip the pipe through and bring both 
dies and guides down on the pipe and proceed, feeding lightly with thumb-nut, being careful to turn stock the right way. 



Duplex No. i, or Magic No. I Plate, with cut-off and Dies for Threading, %, '4 , y%, '/ 2 and }£ 
" •" 2, " " " 2 " " ' %, y s , y 2 , X, i and iX 

" 3'A, " " " 3 ' %, X, I, 1%, l# and 2 

" " 4, " " " 4 " " " " " " Four Handles, l'/i, 2, 2^ and 3 

" 5. ' S " *'A, 3, i'/i and 4 . 



$16 00 
20 00 
28 00 
45 00 
60 00 



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FRONT VIEW. 



BACK VIEW. 



On pipe from 1 to 2 inches one man can do at least four times the work in a day with this stock, that can be done with the 
ordinary tool, and a stout lad can pay for the machine in a very short time by cutting nipples with it. By the use of ordinary nipple- 
holders any length nipple may be cut and about 3-inch nipples can be made without their use. 

The front view shows the bit, or die carrying part of the tool. The bits are adjustable to any variation iu size of fittings. 
Marks on the face plate show where to adjust the bits to the various sizes of standard threads. 

After the bits are set to the required size, the pipe is introduced through the jaws of the vise, at back of Stock (shown in cut) 
and by turning the hand wheel at top of the machiue are made to draw simultaneously toward the center, thus centering the pipe 
most perfectly. 

The lever shown in front view has a sliding socket which fits the steel pinion shown to the right, and the length of lever can 
Ik' made to suit the size of pipe, and the strength of the user. 

A light, steady pressure of the right hand on the feed lever, and the rotating motion of the crank with the left, will lead the 
dies on, and cut the desired thread. .The system of making the bits is such, that if one should be lost or injured we can replace it by 
simply knowing the size of Machine, the size of pipe it is used on, and the number which is stamped on its edge. This is a very 
great point of economy in all these tools, and broken parts need not be returned, as everything is made to gauge. 

Range, % to 2 Inches. Right and Left. Weight 60 lbs. 



Price 



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"Forbes" Patent Pipe Threading Machines. 

Nos. S & 3. "FORBES" PATENT D1K STOCK. 





FRONT VIEW. 



BACK VIEW. 



Nos. 2 aud 3 Stocks are alike iu all particulars, with the exception of range andjnumber of bits used in each. No. 2 having 
three, and No. 3 four, per set. 

The front view shows the bit carrying gear, which is explained at length in the description of the No. 1 Stock. With these 
Stocks, however, the bits are not made adjustable as in the No. 1 Stock. 

By turuing the face plate to the left the bits are drawn back out of the way when the thread is cut, thus saving running back 
over it. Turuing the face plate to the right brings the bits to standard size. 

In order to use the cut-off, the gear must be run back on to its lead screw 1 which is on the back of the gear) until the lead 
screw ring is run off the lead screw. It can then be made to rotate without leading. The cut-off tool is then inserted, and is fed to 
its work by means of a wedge and screw. 

The accompanying cut shows a ratchet wrench which will be found most convenient when cutting off iu the middle of a pipe, 
when cutting and threading in the ground, and threading the larger size of pipe. This wrench and a pipe rest is sent with each of the 
Stocks. 

A three foot lever enables one man to cut aud thread a 4-inch pipe with the No. 2 Stock in 10 minutes, and a 4 fool lever 
enables a man to cut and thread 6-inch pipe with the No. 3 Stock in 15 minutes. 

The vise jaws on these Stocks are independent, and the bottom one is brought up to the size to be threaded, and the clamping 
is done by means of the upper hand wheel. The value of this tool, as proved by its large sale, is fully established. 

No. '2, Stock. Range I'/x to 4 inches. Weight, 160 lbs. .... Price, $100 00 

No. 3, Stock. Range 4 to 6 inches. Weight, 240 lbs. .... " 140 00 




FRONT VIEW. 



The "Forbes" No. S ..V H Patenl Die Stocks. 

ARRANGED FOR POWER. 

No. 2 Stock (power), Range 2 l / z to 4 inches. 

Weight, 220 pounds. Floor-space, 10x12 inches. 

Price, complete with Counter-shaft . . $160 00 



No. :J Stock (power), Range 4 to 6 inches. 

Weight, 310 pounds. Floor-space, 12 x 24 inches. 

Price, complete with Counter-shaft . . $190 00 

Revolutions of Counter-shaft for above 300. 




hack VIEW. 



The above machine can be detached from the base and used as a hand machine. We send a ratchet wrench with each, also a pipe rest 



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isro. 3 i/s PO"WESK pipe; cutting a.jstd thrk ad i >t & m ach i n v.. 




No. 1% Threads 2^ to 6 Inches. 



The manufacturers have given the design of this tool great attention, and for rapidity of handling and general excellence, 
have produced a machine which we helieve fills all requirements, and which, coupled with its very low price.is gaining for them many 
orders. The bits (or dies) are four in number, and carried by a powerful gear, which is furnished with a lead-screw at its back. 
These bits are worked forward or back by the throw of a cam ring, which is operated by means of a lever, allowing an adjustment 
for variations in size of fittings. 

One set of bits threads all sizes of pipe from 2'/ 2 to 4 inches, and the second set front 4^ to 6 inches. 

The cut-off is actuated bv a worm and wheel which gives a steady, powerful feed. 

The lead-screw, before mentioned, is engaged with two large lead-screw blocks, one of which can be seen at right of cut, 
about the middle of the shell. 

By means of handles, these blocks are thrown out of gear when the thread is cut, and on opening the dies, the gear can be at 
once drawn forward, and the dies closed ready for another pipe. 

In cutting off the gear is sent as far back as possible into the shell, and held there by means of a pin (not shown in cut) the 
lead-block of course being thrown out. 

The jaws of vise are extra strong, being 12 inches long, and of ample strength to resist several times over all possible strain 
that may by accident be put upon them. 

The gearing has 2< t inch face. The driving cones have two changes of speed, and are 3 inch face. 

The countershaft is arranged for open and cross belts, allowing a few turns backward to be made before loosening the pipe. 

Range, 2 1 . to 6 inches. Weight. 1600 pounds. 

Floor-space. 56 x 40 inches. Revolutions of Counter-shaft, 160. 

Driving Pulley on line-shaft should be 19-inch face. 



Price 



$400 00 



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D. Saunders' Sons" Pipe Threading Machines. 



THE I X L MACHINE. 




^'iflSvJy-^M 



The 1 X Lisa portable machine, weighing, for hand use, about 400 pounds. It cuts oft", threads pipe, and makes nipples '4 to 2 

inches. Has three speeds, which are used according to the size of pipe being cut or threaded. 

Counter-shaft should revolve, when used as a power machine, 150 revolutions per minute. Size of pulleys, 11 inches. 



Price, Complete for Hand 



B125 00 Price, Complete for Power 



$150 00 



No. 1 MACHINK. 




No. I Machine, while its range of work is the same as the I X L, is a much heavier machine, weighing, for power use, about 700 
pounds. It is designed for jobbing shops, for which purpose it is of a strong and substantial character. 



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Price, Complete with Dies and Nipple Sockets, % to 2 Inches, for Hand ..... 

For Power, as above, with Counter-shafts ..... 

Speed of counter-shaft, 200 revolutions per minute. Diameter of pulleys, 11 inches. 



$150 00 
175 00 



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"D. Saunders' Sons" Pipe Threading Machines. 



1ST... 3 MACHINK. 




The illustration here given is that of a No. 4 Machine, but the No. 3 is the same in principle, differing only in the shape of the bed, 
which has but a slight jog at the head, and is straight on the bottom. 

The die and head to which it is attached are so constructed that pipe may be alternately threaded and cut off without removing the 
die from the machine, and the whole arrangement of this part will be found convenient and well adapted to the purpose. 

Great care has been exercised in making the patterns for the gearings, which are cast from iron patterns, cut in the most approved 

shape of teeth, thereby making the machine run almost noiselessly. 

Speed of counter-shaft, 200 revolutions per minute ; pulleys, 14 inches in diameter. 
Weight, with counter-shaft and dies, 2,500 lbs. 



SIZE AND PRICE. 

.No. 3 threads and cuts off pipe ' 4 to 3 inches with cutter dies 2'4 and 3 inches, solid dies % to 2 inches, counter-shaft and bushings 

complete. 

Price ........... .... $450 00 



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"Peter Stub's" Files. 



TAPEiR SAW THBEK SQUARE!. 



SECOND CUT. 



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Length, Inch, 


'H 


3 


iVz 


4 


4'A 


5 


6 


Per Dozen, 


Si 75 


i 75 


I So 


2 00 


2 80 


3 io 


3 5° 



Style 

Square 
Hand 
Equalling 
Knife 
Flat . 
Warding . 
Half Round 
Round 



Inch, 



Per Dozen, 



3 


i'A 


4 


Si 6s 


$2 00 


$2 25 


i 75 


i 75 


2 00 


2 00 


2 00 


2 2 5 


i 65 


i 75 


2 00 


i 75 


i 75 


2 00 


i 75 


i 75 


2 00 


2 00 


2 25 


2 75 


i 75 


2 00 


2 25 



4'A 



$2 50 
2 50 

2 5° 
2 50 
2 50 

2 25 

3 00 

2 40 



$2 65 
2 65 

2 75 
2 65 
2 65 

2 50 

3 25 
2 65 



$3 65 
3 65 
3 50 
3 65 
3 65 

3 50 

4 25 
3 40 



Double Ender" HandsaAv File and Handle. 




The above illustrations represent a new pattern of handsaw file and handle ; also the two combined as when ready for use. 
They are neatly put up in boxes containing 6 Double Enders and 6 Handles, and designated as follows : 



DOUBLE ENDER, SINGLE CUT 8AWFILES. 



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No. 7. Represents Two $}i Inch Tapers, Per Dozen, $2 55 
No. 8. •' " 4 " " " " 2 80 



No. 9. Represents Two 4 M Inch Tapers, Per Dozen, $3 15 
No. IO. " " 5 " ' 3 70 



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Bent Rifflers — Handled. 



Rifflers are used, principally, by carvers in wood, metals, marble and stone ; also, in shaping and finishing in and about the 

many irregular places of pattern work. 




HALF-ROUND BASTARD. 




THREE - SQUARE RASP. 




THREE -SQUARE BASTARD. 




HAND BASTARD. 




ROUND RASP. 




FIAT FLOAT Safe Sides!. 



We present, herewith, a set of h Kent Rifflers. The custom, hitherto, has beeu to prepare this form of file on each end of a 
piece of steel, leaving the middle portion fashioned into a handle By this form, one end is much in the way, when the other is 
being used. The form now presented will obviate this difficulty, and at tile same time furnish a suitable handle for the better control 
of the Riffler, than by the old style. 

They will be furnished and sold by the set, consisting of the 6 pieces as herewith represented, neatly packed in strong 
paper l>oxes. 



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Files and Rasps. 



KEARNEY' 



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NOT1C K . 

For Castings. Wrought Iron, Brass, Composition Metals and like material, 
order Bastard Cur. 



For Steel and Part Finish to Iron Work, order Second Cut. 



Second Cut. 



For Finishing to a f.ood Surface, order Smooth Cut. 
For an Extra Finish, order Dead Smooth. 

For Finishing Work— after Bastard use Second Cut, after Second Cut 
Smooth or Dead Smooth. 




Mill Saw Bastard. 



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It is always to consumers' advantage to order special cuts for special work. 



See Additional Illustrations on Pages 537, 53S, 539 and 540. 



SEE PRICE LIST ON PAGE 641. 



£€-itf£Y & ■ TOOT Co 




Horse Rasp. 



Should ix- Wile be Defective, by taking it to the Parties from whom Purchased, a Perfect one 

will be Given in Exchange, XVee of Charge. 



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Files and Rasps. 



For Illustrations, see Pages 536 to 540. 



BASTARD. 


4 In. 

$1 So 


5 

2 00 


6 


7 


8 


9 


IO 

380 


11 

4 50 


13 

5 40 


13 


14 


15 


16 

II 00 


18 

15 10 


20 


Mill Saw, and Round . . . 


225 


2 55 


2 90 


3 30 


650 


7 80 


9 30 


20 40 


Mill Saw, One Round Edge 


194 


2 IS 


2 42 


2 74 


312 


3 55 


409 


484 


5 8i 


6 99 


839 


10 00 


11 83 


16 23 


2193 


Flat and Square .... 


2 00 


2 20 


2 50 


2 90 


3 40 


4 00 


470 


5 00 


6 70 


8 00 


9 50 


11 20 


13 '0 


1765 


23 20 


Hand 


2 25 


250 


2 80 


320 


3 70 


4 35 


520 


63O 


7 50 


890 


10 50 


1230 


1430 


19 20 


25 30 


Half Round 


2 50 


2 80 


3 20 


3 70 


4 30 


500 


580 


6 70 


7 80 


9 10 


10 60 


12 40 


1450 


19 60 


26 00 


SECOND CUT. 






























Mill Saw, and Round . . . 


2 IS 


2 40 


265 


300 


3 40 


3 8 S 


4 40 


520 


6 20 


7 45 


8 90 


10 60 


1250 


16 90 


22 85 


Flat and Square .... 


2 40 


2 60 


2 9S 


3 40 


4 00 


470 


5 45 


650 


770 


9i5 


10 90 


12 75 


1485 


'9 75 


26 00 




2 70 


3 00 


3 30 


3 75 


4 35 


5io 


6 00 


730 


860 


10 20 


12 OO 


14 00 


16 20 


21 50 


2835 


Half Round 


3 00 


3 3S 


3 80 


4 35 


500 


5 85 


675 


7 75 


9 00 


10 40 


12 10 


'4 '5 


1650 


22 00 


29 10 


SMOOTH. 






























2 40 


2 65 


295 


3 30 


3 70 


4 20 


4 80 


565 


6 75 


8 05 


9 0S 


"45 


13 40 


18 10 


2450 


Flat and Square .... 


265 


2 90 


325 


3 75 


4 35 


510 


5 90 


705 


840 


10 00 


II 80 


13 75 


16 00 


21 20 


278S 


Hand 


3 00 


3 30 


365 


4'5 


4 75 


5 55 


6 55 


7 95 


940 


11 00 


13 00 


15 10 


1750 


23 00 


30 35 


Half Round 


3 30 


3 7° 


4 IS 


4 80 


5 50 


6 40 


7 30 


8 45 


9 75 


11 25 


13 10 


1525 


'7 70 


2350 


31 20 


RASPS. 


































4 20 
6 00 


500 
7 00 
500 


6 10 


7 30 
9 60 

7 30 


8 75 


10 40 
13 00 


12 30 
1500 
12 30 


1450 
17 20 
M50 


16 90 
19 60 
16 90 


19 60 
22 20 


22 50 
25 00 
22 50 












8 20 


11 20 






l'lat & Half Round Wood Rasps 






4 20 


6 10 


8 75 


10 40 


19 60 




















650 


7 50 
10 25 


9 00 
12 00 


10 70 
14 00 

11 60 


12 70 
1650 

13 00 


1500 
'9 50 


17 60 
23 00 


2370 
















9 00 




Shoemakers'' Rasps, Flat 






4 60 


5 30 




8 00 


9 10 


10 30 


















^.\.w filths. 


3 In. 


:t' 


4 


4* 


5 

1 70 


** 


6 

2 10 


7 


8 


» 

3 70 


10 


11 


19 

680 


It 


14 


Tapers Slim Single Cut . . 


$1 20 


1 20 


1 30 


145 


1 90 


250 


3 00 


450 


5 50 


830 


10 00 


Tapers Regular Single Cut 


1 10 


1 10 


1 20 


1 40 


1 70 


2 00 


2 40 


300 


380 


4 60 


570 


7 20 


9 00 


11 00 


13 20 


Tapers Double Cut to Point 1 
and Band Saw . . . ) 


1 60 


1 60 


'75 


2 00 


2 40 


2 75 


3 25 


400 


4 95 


590 


7 10 


880 


10 80 


12 90 


15 20 


Pit Saw Single Cut ... . 


2 10 


2 10 


2 20 


2 30 


250 


280 


320 


3 70 


4 30 


500 


580 


6 70 


7 70 







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Plumb Bol >s. 



I'Ai I h'H '- SCKKW Till' l J I.IT\rn BOBS. 




Steel Pointed and Balanced. 



Weight, < mnce, 8 

Each, $1 25 



1 25 



150 



14 

"75 



2 00 



2c 1 
2S0 



• V .V.T I'.x-r-;" PATENT BK\'ERSIBLK 1'1,1'MH ncili. 



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This new and perfect Plumb Bob, designed to overcome all the disadvantages of other Plumb Bobs, is capable of being 
sted to anj and all the forms required by the Villwright, Mechanu an ' C has no equal and cannot be unproved 

upon. It has the only proper shape for a Bob, having a hole extending entirely through it, with a reversible, well-tempered 
I'oiiil and Si. w < afi, which, being interchangeable, enables the Rob to be suspended in several positions. The hole in the center of 
the Bob affording protection for the point when not in use. By filing the shoulder the Bob can always be adjusted and made true. 
The Plumb Bob is made of brass and nickel-plated, furnishing as pretty and as valuable a tool as there is in the market 



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543 



I-.K.AJD M..TJM.H HOHS. 



BRASS I'UUin nous. 




Steel Pointed. 



No. 3. Weight, 12 ounces each 
No. 4. " \yi pounds " 




Steel Pointed- Soi*ew '± , < 



Per Dozen, $5 00 No. 5. Weight, 6 ounces each Per Dozen, $ 7 25 

6 50 No. 6. " n% " " . " 10 00 




TAPANNKD PI,HM« BOBS. 



No. 00. Adjusted Top, Weight, [8 ounces each. . Per Dozen, $3 00 

No. O. '" " 42 " " " 4 00 

No. I. Staple Top, 9 " " " 1 50 



Half Sm Cm ..I No 




A1I.1I'STAII1,K I'l.PMH Hous. 




Hall Si» Cul ol No. 1 



These Plumb Bobs are constructed with a reel at the upper end, upon which the line may be kept, and by 
dropping the bob with a slight jerk, while the ring is held in the baud, an\ desired length of line may be reeled 
oil \ spring, v Inch has its bearing <>n the reel, will check and hold the bob firmly at any point on the line. The 
pressure of the spring mav be increased or decreased, by means of the screw which passes through the reel. A 
suitable length of line comes already reeled on each Plumb Bob. 



No. I. Small' Bronze Metal, with Steel Point 

N... S. (Large 1 " 

No. 5. Large I Iron 



Bach, $1 50 
1 75 
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"DAVIS" 

Adjustable Spirit Level, Plumb and Inclinometer. 

UNEQUALED IN ACCURACY. DURABILITY AND SIMPLICITY. EACH LEVEL FULLY WARRANTED. 




No. 1. 6 Inch 



Each, $2 00 




No. 2. 12 Inch 



Each, $2 SO | No. 3. iS Inch 



Each, $3 oo | No. 4. 24 Inch 



Each, $3 50 



"Richardson's" Machinists' Iron Levels. 

IRON BENCH LEVEL. 




Nos. 1 and 2. 
[HOX HBNCH LEVKI... IRON BENCH LBVKL 




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No. 1. Iron Bench Level, lYi Inch 

No. 2. i'A " 

No. 3. 4 

No. 4. " " " 6 



No. 7. 

Each, $0 25 J No. 5. Iron Level, with Double Plumb, 6 Inch, Each, $1 25 
30 



o 65 
o 75 



No. 6. 
No. 7. " 



9 •■ 
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machinists' iron hknch levkl. 



IKON BENCH LH1VEL, J'OB SQUARE. 





No. 10. 3 Inch 
No. 12. 5 " 



Each, $o 75 
I oo 



No. 11. 3 Inch 



IRON POCKET LEVEL, FOR SQUABK. 




No. 17. 3)4 Inch 



POCKET LEA'ELsi. 




No. 40. Cast Iron Top Plate, Japanned, i Dozen in a Box 
No. 41. Brass Top Plates, i Dozen in a Box 



Inch, i ; 4 
Per Cross, $9 50 



2 
10 00 



LEVEL OLASiSKS. 

*'A 3 

10 50 11 50 



3>i 
13 00 



MECHANICS' TZIiESCOFIC PLTJMB-I/EVESL AND TABGET. 




Each, $0 80 



Each, $0 30 



Per Dozen, $2 50 
" " 3 00 



4 
M 50 



Mechanics will find this instrument the most reliable and accurate working tool ever invented, for determining horizontal and 

perpendicular lines ; and also for sighting grades through the telescope. 
Price, Complete ............... $12 00 



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Plumbs and Levels. 




No. o. 




No. 




No. 9. 



Plumbs and Levels. 

No. 102. Levels, Arch Top Plate, 2 Side Views, Polished 



Per Dozen. 
Assorted, 10 to 16 Inch, $9 00 



No. O. Plumb and Level, Arch Top Plate, 2 Side Views, Polished, 



Assorted, 24 to 30 Inch, 18 00 



Patent Improved Adjustable Plumbs and Levels. 

Per Dozen. 
No. 1. Patent Adjustable Mahogany Plumb and Level, Arch Top Plate, 2 Side Views, Polished, Assorted, 26 to 30 Inch, $27 00 

No. 2. Patent Adjustable Plumb and Level, Arch Top Plate, 2 Brass-Lipped Side Views, 1 
Polished .......... j 

No. 3. Patent Adjustable Plumb and Level, Arch Top Plate, 2 Side Views, Polished and \ 
Tipped .......... , 

No. 4. Patent Adjustable Plumb and Level, Arch Top Plate, 2 Brass-Lipped Side Views I 
Polished and Tipped ....... / 

No. 5. Patent Adjustable Plumb and Level, Triple Stock, Arch Top Plate, 2 Ornamental 1 
Brass- Lipped Side Views, Polished and Tipped .... 1 

No. 6. Patent Adjustable Mahogany Plumb and Level, Arch Top Plate, 2 Brass-Lipped Side 1 
Views, Polished . . . . , f 

No. 9. Patent Adjustable Mahogany Plumb and Level, Arch Top Plate, 2 Ornamental Brass- ( 
Lipped Side Views, Polished and Tipped ..... ( 



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No. 10. Patent Adjustable Mahogany Plumb and Level, Triple Stock, 2 Ornamental Brass 
Lipped Side Views, Arch Top Plate, Polished and Tipped 



26 to 30 " 


27 00 


26 to 30 " 


30 00 


26 to 30 " 


39 00 


26 to 30 " 


48 00 


" 26 to 30 " 


33 00 


26 to 30 " 


48 00 


26 to 30 " 


60 00 



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No. 60. 



No. 60. Patent Iron Marking and Cutting Gauge, Oval Bar, Marked, Adjusting Steel Point, equally well 

adapted for use on Metals or Wood, # Dozen in a Box. . . . . . p e r Dozen, $ 5 00 




No. 61. 



No. 61. Marking Gauge, Beechwood, Boxwood Thumb Screw, Oval Bar, Marked, Steel Point, 1 Dozen in a Box, Per Dozen, $ I 00 




No. 65. 

No. 68. Patent Marking Gauge, Beechwood, Polished, Boxwood Thumb Screw, Oval Bar, Marked, Adjusting 

Steel Point, 1 Dozen in a Box .......... Per Dozen $ 2 00 

No. 65. Patent Marking Gauge, Boxwood, Polished, Plated Head, Brass Thumb Screw and Shoe, Oval Bar, 

Marked, Adjusting Steel Point, % Dozen in a Box . . . . . . " " 5 00 

No. 66. Patent Marking Gauge, Rosewood, Oval Plated Head and Bar, Brass Thumb Screw and Shoe, Oval 

Bar, Marked, Adjusting Steel Poiut, yi Dozen in a Box . . . . . . " " 6 00 




No. 71. 



No. 71. Patent Double Gauge | Marking and Mortise Gauge Combined), Beechwood, Polished, Plated Head 

and Bars, Brass Thumb Screws and Shoes, Oval Bars. Marked, Steel Points, ) z Dozen in a Box, Per Dozen, $ 8 00 

No. 72. Patent Double Gauge (Marking and Mortise Gauge Combined), Beechwood, Polished, Boxwood 

Thumb Screws. Oval Bars, Marked, Steel Points, '. Dozen in a Box ... ... 



No. 74. Patent Double Gauge (Marking and Mortise Gauge Combined), Boxwood, Polished, Full Plated 
Heads and Bars, Brass Thumb Screws and Shoes, Oval Bars, Marked, Steel Points, }i Dozen 
in a Box ............ 



4 00 



14 00 



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No. S3. Handled Slitting Gauge, 17-Inch Bar, Marked, ' 2 Dozen in a Box . 

No. S4. Handled Slitting Gauge, with Roller, 17-Inch Bar, Marked, % Dozen in a Box 



9 00 
10 00 



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No. 73- 
No. 7:t. 1'atent Mortise Gauge, Boxwood, Polished, Plated Head. Brass Slide, Brass Thumb Screw and Shoe, 

Oval Bar, Marked, Steel Points, y 2 Dozen in a Box ...... Per Dozen, $8 00 

No. 7tf. Patent Mortise Gauge, Boxwood, Polished, Plated Head, Screw Slide, Brass Thumb Screw and Shoe, 

Oval Bar, Marked, Steel Points, <i Dozen in a Box ...... Per Dozen. $11 00 

No. *0. Patent Mortise Gauge, Boxwood, Pull Plated Head, Plated Bar, Screw Slide, Brass Thumb Screw and 

Shoe, Marked, Steel Points, j4 Dozen in a l:ox ....... Per Dozen, $18 00 




No. 77. 

No. 77. Patent Mortise and Marking Gauge, Rosewood, Plated Head, Improved Screw Slide, Brass Thumb 

Screw and Shoe, Oval Bar, Marked, Steel Points, '> Dozen in a Box .... Per Dozen, $10 00 

No. 78. Patent Mortise Gauge, Rosewood, Plated Head, Screw Slide, Brass Thumb Screw and Shoe, Oval 

Bar, Marked, Steel Points, % Dozen in a Box ....... Per Dozen. $11 00 

No. 79. Patent Mortise Gauge, Rosewood, Plated Head and Bar, Screw Slide, Brass Thumb Screw and Shoe, 

Marked, Steel Points, )/ z Dozen in a Box ........ Per Dozen. $13 00 

No. §5. Panel Gauge, Beechwood, Boxwood Thumb Screw, Oval Bar, Steel Point, 1 Dozen in a Box Per Dozen. $3 20 

No. §5^. Panel Gauge, Rosewood, Plated Head and Bar Brass Thumb Screw, Steel Point, V 2 Dozen in a Box. Per Dozen, $18 00 



Improved Traimnel Points 




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These Tools are used by Millwrights, Machinists, Carpenters and all mechanics having occasion to strike arcs, or circles, 
larger than can be conveniently done with ordinary Compass Dividers. They are made of Bronze Metal and have Steel Points, 
either of which can be removed and replaced by the pencil socket which accompanies each pair should a pencil mark be preferred 
in laying out work. 

No. 1. Small, Bronze Metal, Steel Points . Per Pair, $1 00 | No 2. Medium, Bronze Metal, Steel Points . Per Pair, $1 25 

No. 3. Large, Bronze Metal, Steel Points, Per Pair, $1 75 



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Machinists" Small Tools. 



THIN STEEL SQUARES FOB MACHINISTS PATENT HARDENED CAST STEEL TRY 

AND DRAUGHTSMEN. SQUARES FOR MACHINISTS. 



GRADUATED STEEL SQUARES FOR 
MACHINISTS. 



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FULL STZF. OF 2- INCH SQUARE. 



(NOT HARDENED) 



Blade, Inch, 


2 


Thick, Inch, 


1/20 


Each, 


$1 00 



'Phi 11 Steel rfquare.-; lor IVtaeliinists and Draiagb.tsxn.en. 

3468 
1/16 1/14 1/14 1/12 

1 50 2 00 3 00 4 00 

The 2 and 3 inch are divided to i6ths and 64U.1S on one side, and 32ds and 64ths on the other. 
The"4, 6, 8 and 10 inch Squares are divided on both sides to i6ths and 32ds of inches. 



Inch, 
Each, 



Inch, 
Each, 



1 1/2 

$2 00 



3 

$2 00 



Patent Hardened ( 'a^l 

3 41/2 6 9 

3 00 4 00 5 00 7 00 



Meet Try Squares tor Macliinist.-*. 



15 
15 00 



18 00 



24 

30 00 



30 

40 00 



Graduated Steel Squares tor Machinists. 

4 6 



2 50 



3 SO 



9 
6 00 



10 

1/10 
S 00 



36 
50 00 



12 
7 00 



SCREW PITCH GAFGES. 




Full si« 
FOR 16 PITCHES. 




IkvNKUN Ixsrm'Ti-: THREAD. Tivo-Thirds Size. 
FOR 86 PITCHES. 



Price 



61 00 Price 



$2 00 




KHSY S1CA.T RTTT.K. 

With this Rule parallel lines on shafts for Key Seats, Mortises, etc.. can be readily and 
accurately drawn. Its uses are so obvious to machinists as to need no further description. 

Price * 2 S0 





ST 


&NDABD 


STF.EI, RTLKS. 




Inch. 


1 


2 


3 4 


6 


9 


Each. 


$0 20 


30 


40 50 


75 


1 12 


Inch. 


12 


18 


■24 


3 6 


48 


Bach, 

t 


1 50 


2 25 


3 00 


7 00 


10 00 



SHRIKE nn.K.s. 

24 1 4 Inch Steel Rule Shrink on one side and standard on the 

other. Divided on each side to 10, 20, 50, 100, 

12, 24. 48. 16. 32, 64, parts of an inch. Price. $5 00 

24 1 4 Inch Steel Rule Shrink on both sides, No. 1 Graduation. 
Price, $5 00 

24 1 4 Inch Boxwood Rule Shrink on both sides, No. 1 
Graduation. Price, $3 00 



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Small Tools for Machinists, Architects, Etc. 



TRIANG-ULAR steel rules. 

Inch, 3 4 6 12 

Each, $0 50 o 70 1 00 2 50 

(GRADUATIONS. 

16, 64, 100 to the inch whole length. 

16, 32, 64 " ' " 

20, 50, 100 — 12, 24, 48 — 16, 32, 64 to the inch. 

The 12 inch are divided only as follows: 8, 10, 12, 14, 16, 
20, 24, 28, 48, 50, 64, 100 to the inch. 



UNIVERSAL OR CENTER SQUARES. 




Inch, 4 
Each, $2 00 



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6 
2 50 



3 So 5 00 



6 00 



BEVEL PROTRACTOR. 

WITH SLIDING ARM AND HALF CIRCLE DIVIDED TO DEGREES. 




Price, with 6 Inch Sliding Arm 



$6 50 
7 00 



CENTER GAUGK. 

AND GAUGE FOR GRINDING AND SETTING SCREW TOOLS. 




HALF SIZE. 



Price 



$0 30 



TBIANGTJLAE BOXWOOD SCALES. 



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Nos. 63, 64 and 65 for Architects and Mechanical Draughtsmen. 

Nos. Each. 
68. 24 Inch Triangular Boxwood Rule, Divided to Scales of yi, #, yi, }(, yi, I, xyi, 3, 2 and 4 In. to the Ft. and i6ths of an Inch, $5 00 

64. 12 Inch Triangular Boxwood Rule, ditto, with 3/16 and 3/32, instead of 2 and 4 Inch to the Foot . . 2 00 

65. 6 Inch Triangular Boxwood Rule, ditto . . . . . . . . . . . . 1 50 

72. 24 Inch Triangular Boxwood Rule, on one edge to ioths, 2oths, 30ths, 40ths, soths, 6oths of an Inch . . 5 00 

73. 12 Inch Triangular Boxwood Rule, " " " " " " "' " " " . . .2 00 
75. 6 Inch Triangular Boxwood Rule, " " " " " " " " " " . I 5° 

Nos. 72 and 73 are divided either 10 to 60 or 20 to 80. 



POCKET SHEET METAL GAU&E. 

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FULL SIZE. 

These Gauges will measure the thickness of sheet metal or 
other material, by thousandths of an inch up to three-tenths 
of an inch at any point within half an inch of the edge, and 
can be applied as easily as the common gauge. It will also 
answer to measure the diameter of wire. Means of adjustment 
are provided in case of wear by continued use. 

Price, $4 00 . . In Morocco Case, $4 50 



CALIPER SQUARES. 



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One side divided to 64ths, the other to iooths of inches. 



2 Inch, Without 


Adjusting 


Screw 


« 2 25 


4 •> 


" 


" 


3 So 


9 " 


*' 


" 


9 00 


2 " With 


" 


" Like Cut 


3 5° 


4 " 


11 


11 11 11 


4 SO 


9 « 


" 


11 11 11 


. 11 50 



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^Starrett's" Combination Square, and Transfer Caliper. 



PATIENT COlVEBIlSr^TION" SQUARE. 



LOCK-JOINT TRANSIPICR caliper. 





Every Tool Warranted Accurate. With the Adjustable Scale, this forms 
one of the most convenient and useful tools ever devised for mechanics' use. 
One is a complete substitute for a whole set of common try squares, and is 
one of the best Gauges ever made for transferring exact measurement or 
laying out work. It is also convenient for a depth Gauge or to square in a 
mortise. For a Mitre, it is perfect, while with the auxiliary center head it 
forms a centering square, both inside and outside, which for convenience 
and accuracy has no equal. 

Price Per Set, 12 Inch, with Center Head . . $3 5° 



3 00 
2 50 



This instrument in addition to common use may be used inside of 
chambered cavities, over flanges, etc., removed and replaced without losing 
the size calipered. This is done by loosening the nut, binding one arm to 
auxiliary leaf and swinging it out or in (while the joint is locked) to clear the 
obstruction, then moving it back again against a stop where it will show the 
exact size measured. 



6 Inch, Outside 



$1 50 
2 00 
2 50 



"Starrett's" Patent Surface Gauge. 



STJRinACE GATJaE. 



MICROMETER CALIPER. 



ADVANTAGES OVER OTHERS. 




First. — Easily obtaining friction to prevent the scriber from moviug, by 
means of a tapering eye bolt drawn into a socket. 

Second.— In having stock taken from base, allowing scriber to extend 
through for depth gauge, while, with bent end dcxun woik may be laid out 
close to base. 

Third.— Iu the final and accurate adjustment of the scriber, the spindle 
passing through a nut in the base, to raise or lower the same. 



This Gauge has recently been improved by splitting the sleeve. The nut 
on the eye bolt draws the split together, clamping it to the spindle, making 
it impossible to work loose. 

There has also been put a helical spring on end of spindle in the base, 
which serves to take up all back lash in the adjusting uut. 



No. 
No. 



1. S Inches 

3. 12 " 



$2 50 
3 So 



Improved Micrometer Caliper. 

This Caliper having the decimal equivalents of Sths, i6ths, 32ds and 64ths 
of an inch stamped on its frame, they are always in sight, thus avoiding 
vexatious delays, 

The screw-thread not being exposed, there is no liability of its injury. 

To adjust Nut (to compensate for any wear) withdraw graduated sleeve 
D to end of Ann. sufficient only to apply the small wrench accompanying the 
instruments. 



I Inch, without Case 

1 Inch, with Morocco Case 



$5 00 
5 75 




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Tools for Draughtsmen, Surveyors, Etc. 



OPEN" STEEL 

TRIANGLES FOE DRATJGHTSMKN. 




Angles, 45, 45 and 90 degrees. Large Size, Sides S, S aud n 1/4 

Inch, 3/4 Inch Wide. Price, $4 00 
Small Size, Sides 5, 5 and 7 1/16 Inch, 5/8 Inch Wide. 

Price, $3 00 
Angles, 30, 60 and 90 degrees. Large Size, Sides 6, 10 3/8 and 

12 Inch, 3/4 Inch Wide. Price, $4 00 

Small Size, Sides 3 1/2, 6 1/16 and 7 Inch, 5/8 Inch Wide. 

Price, $3 00 

Thickness 1/16 Inch. 



HHAITGHTSIMKN'S T SQUARES. 



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Extreme Length of Head 8 1/4 Inch. Diameter of Arc 4 1/2 

Inch. Divided to half degrees. Blade, 1 1/4 Inch 

Wide, 3/64 Inch Thick. The Heads are made of 

Bronze, and the Blades of Steel. 



Price, with 36 Inch Blade 



S14 00 



THE DIAfiEAPH. 



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The Diagraph is a new and valuable invention for drawing diagrams and platting surveys, by which the rapidity of platting is 
increased fourfold. With the addition of compasses for circles, it will be found an improvement upon an entire box 
of ordinary surveyor's instruments, doing the same work with greater accuracy and facility. Pro- 
fessors and teachers will find it well adapted for instruction in drawing and platting. 
The diameter of the circle is 4 inch, aud the whole length of the instrument 9 1/2 inch. It is made of German silver. 
Price . . . . $2 50 I In Morocco Case . . $3 50 



Wire Gauges. 



TJ. S. STANDARD. 
Adopted by the Brass Manufacturers, January', 1858. 



'STrltSf" ENGLISH. 





^£l!iS3> 



Round Gauge, o to 36 Inch 

" 5 " 36 " 



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Each, $3 50 
2 50 



Round Gauge, 1 to 26 Inch 
Double " 1 " 36 " 



Each, $3 00 
3 25 



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Speed Indicators. 



553 



PATBNTKD IMPROVED nmnti.K si'k.kii ixnirATDK. 

EITHER RIGHT OR LEFT. 




Indicates 1,000 Revolutions 



Each, $2 00 



POCKET SPEED INDICATOE. 



TAHOE'S" HEVOMTION COUNTER. 





WithJ Stop Motion 



Pocket ^y>ee<I Indicfit or. 



Nickel-Plated. Indicates ion Revolutions 



Each, $1 00 



" r i?al->oi''s " Revolution Counter. 

The urgent need of a. good, simple stop motion Revolution Counter, that can be put upon the market at a price low enough to 
be within the reach of all mechanics, has led us to bring out this little instrument. 

now TO KKAl) THE DIALS. 

The upper dial is graduated from o to 100. and registers units ; the lower dial is graduated from o to 50, and registers hundreds, 
making a continuous count of 5,000 possible. 

The reading on the under dial is through the opening in the upper dial. The index finger indicates the count on the upper 
dial ; for instance, if the point in the opening through the upper dial indicates 45 on the lower dial, and the index finger points to 25 
on the upper dial, the reading will be 4,525 revolutions. 



Price 



Each. $1 50 



TBI ■'Uftiri'MNC- SPEED IXDICATOR. 




It registers'as high as 1,000, as seen by the cut. which is actual size. Can be held at any angle, making it very convenient for 
Dynamo machines and the like. Has a silver-plated dial and the face covered with a watch crystal. Satisfaction guaranteed or 
money refunded. 



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Price 



Each. $2 50 



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'STODDARD'S" 



Patent Caliper and Dividers. 

The best and most handy tool for a carpenter made, and no one who has once 
used them will go without them. As the cut shows it consists of a pair of heavy 
hinged divider legs swinging on a slide with spring attached, which by the two screws 
can he regulated to any width. 

To these legs are fitted two sets of divider points, one pair 5 '/ z and one 14 inches 
long. One of each pair of divider legs has a reversible point which unscrews and by 
being reversed a pencil can be placed in same, and used for drawing circles. 

Also, there is a pair of caliper legs which fits the same stock, and as they will 
caliper 16 inches, are invaluable for turning pulleys, and in fact all large cajiper work 
in a shop. With the long divider legs a 5 foot circle can be struck. These tools are 
made of brass and finely finished. 



Nickel-Plated. 



Per Set, Complete 



«4 SO 



SPRING- DIVIDERS. 




V, 



Length, to In., 6 7 S 

Per Dozen, $5 50 6 50 7 50 



EINE POLISHED CAST STKKL DIVIDERS. 




Length, to Inch, 678 10 12 15 18 24 

Per Dozen, $5 50 6 50 7 50 10 00 12 00 18 00 25 00 36 00 



PINK POLISHED CAST STEEL COMPASSES. 




Length, to Inch, 3 
Per Dozen, $4 25 



4 35 



4 
4 SO 



4 60 



5 
4 80 



S So 



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Calipers. 



555 



'"WEIGHT'S" CALIPERS. 



8ELF-BESISTKRING CALIPERS. 





Length, Inch, 5 
Per Dozen, $15 00 



Length, Inch, 3 
Per Dozen, $7 50 



5 
11 00 



6 
13 So 



EINE POLISHED CAST STEEL DOUBLE "FINE POLISHED CAST STEEL WING- 

CALIPERS. CALIPERS. 




Length, Inch, 2% 
Per Dozen, $5 50 



4 
7 00 



6 
8 50 




Length, Inch, 56 8 10 12 15 18 

Per Dozen, $7 75 825 II 00 13 75 1650 2750 4125 



FINE POLISHED CAST STEEL INSIDE OR OUTSIDE 

CALIPERS. 



Length, Inch, 1% 
Per Dozen, $5 00 




9 
11 00 



15 00 



EINE POLISHED INSIDE CALIPERS, STRAIGHT LEG. 




Length, Inch, 4 
Per Dozen. $6 50 



6 
8 00 



9 
II 00 



SPRING CALIPERS. 




15 OO 



Length, to In., 678 
Per Dozen. $6 00 7 00 8 00 



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Bevels and Squares. 

PA-TKISTT "EURKKA" FINISH T BF^'EL. 



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Inch, 6 
Per Dozen, $6 00 




8 
6 so 



7 SO 



SI..ir>IN'G- T HEA'EI,. WITH BTLTTSH UCVEB. 



Inch, 6 
Per Dozen, $5 50 




6 50 



7 00 



■4 
7 SO 



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No. 100 

Per Dozen, $66 00 

No. 5 

Per Dozen, $32 50 



STTOJ.;!, SQUARES. 
1 2 

48 00 44 00 

7 10 

30 00 22 50 



3 

35 00 
12 

30 00 



4 

33 SO 
II 

25 SO 



No. I 
Per Dozen, $6 00 



IKON SQIT-A-RBIS. 
2 

10 00 



I 

14 00 



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Try and Mitre Squares. 



557 



TRY SQUARE. 



IMPROVKD TRY SIJTIAKK. Ifo. 1. 




Rosewood, 
Graduated Steel Blades. 




Iron Frame Handle, 

with Rosewood (Inlaid) vSides, Steel Blades, 

Square inside and out. 



Inch, 3 4'/ 2 6 T/i 9 10 12 

Per Dozen, $3 00 3 75 5 00 5 75 6 50 7 50 8 50 



Inch, 3 4 6 8 9 10 12 

Per Dozen, $600 700 900 1150 1300 1600 2000 



,; WrNTBBBOTTOM'S," PATENT COMIIINKD TRY .VTCD JIITRK SQUABK. 



m[Tj'lp|!li|"iri['l|mj 




"' '"" b ' 4 ' 3 ' 2 A 4 



No. T. 



Xn. 2. 




This Tool can be used with equal convenience and accuracy, as a Try Square, or a Mitre Square. By simply changing the 
position of the handle, and bringing the mitred face at the top of the handle against oue edge of the work in hand, a perfect mitre, 
or angle of 45 degrees, can be struck from either edge of the blade. 

No. 1. Iron Frame Handle with Black Walnut 1 Inlaid) Sides, Graduated Steel Blades, Square inside and out. 



Inches, 4 

I'd Dozen. $6 00 

Inches, 4 ' i 

Per Dozen. $4 50 



6 
7 SO 

No. 2. Rosewood Handle. Graduated Steel Blades, Square inside and out. 

6 :•: 9 

5 00 6 00 7 00 



8 
9 00 



9 00 



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Boxwood Rules — Caliper. 



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No. 95. 6 Inch, Square Joint. 



6 Inch., with 8tlis and. 16ths. 



No. 95. Square Joint, Two Fold, 6 Inch, 7/8 Inch Wide . 

No. 96. ' ' 6 " Brass Case, 7/8 Inch Wide 

No. 97. ' Bound, 6 Inch, 7/8 Inch Wide . 

No. IOO. " " " " 6 Inch, 1 3/8 Inch Wide 



Per Dozen, $ 7 00 
8 00 



12 00 
12 00 




Inch Square Joint. 



12 Inch, with 8ths and lGths. 



No. 9§. Square Joint, Edge Plates, Four Fold, 12 Inch, 7/8 Inch Wide 
No. 99. " " Bound, " " 12 " 7/8 " 'Wide 



Per Dozen, $12 00 
" " 20 00 



Boxwood Rules. 



ONK FOOT. FOUR FOLD. NARROW. 




No. 70. Round Joint. 



No. 72. Square Joint. 



1 


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- 


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— 7~n ~l*W 


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1 n 


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1 | ■ 1 1 ! 1 


1^ 


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1 1 1 Ll1,-]J 




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No. 75. Arch Joint. 



No. 70. Round Joint, Middle Plates, 8ths and i6tlis, 5/8 Inch Wide- 



No. 71. 
No. 72. 

No. 72^. 
No. 73. 
No. 74. 
No. 75. 



Square 



Arch 



Edge Plates, 
Bound 

Middle Plates, 
Edge Plates, 
Bound 



" 5/8 

" 5/8 

" 5/8 

" 5/8 

" 5/8 

" 5/8 



r Dozen 


*3 


00 


.t it 


3 SO 


11 


5 


00 


" " 


11 


00 


" " 


4 


00 


" " 


6 


00 


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12 


00 



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Boxwood Rules. 



TWO FEET. FOUR FOLD. 



559 




No. 41. Round Joint, Middle Plates. 

No. 41. Round Joint, Middle Plates, 8ths and i6ths, 1 Inch Wide 

No. 42. Square " " " " " " 1 " " , 

No. 44. " ' 3/4 " " Extra Narrow 



Per Dozen, $4 00 

S 00 

" " S SO 




No. 42 1/2. Square Joint, Half Bound. 

No. 42X- Square Joint, Half Bound, 8ths, I2ths, and i6ths, 1 Inch Wide . 
No. 42^. " " Bound " " " " 1 " " 



Per Dozen, $12 00 
15 00 




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8" 



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No. 50. Double Arch Joint. 

No. 50. Double Arch Joint, Middle Plates, Sths, I2ths, and i6ths, 1 Inch Wide 
No. 52. " " " Bound " 1 " " 



Per Dozen, $ 9 00 
" " 21 00 



III 


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1 1 


MINI 


\ \ III lil 


1 1 1 


1 1 1 


1 i 


i \ 1 ^ 




1 


' 1I0 


9 


8 




7 








3 


12 


|1 V-S. STANDARD 


1 1 1 11 


1 1 1 1 1 


l II * 




<r L1 ^ 




1 1 1 1 


1 II 1 | 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 II 1 1 1 II 1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 










1 


: 1 1 II 


1 ! 1 II II 


■ 1 ! 1 : 1 i ii 


1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 II II ' II 


11 1 1 1 


mi ■ 




il 4 


1 8 


z 1 1 


Inl 


.1 1 1 . 1 < . 1 3 , 4 ||; 






21 . 


Ml 


Sil . 1 9 


I , 


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No. 56. Square. Joint, Edge Plates. 

No. 54. Square Joint, Middle Plates, Sths and i6ths, 1 3/8 Inch Wide . 
No. 56. " " Edge " Sths, i6ths and Scales, 1 3/S Inch Wide 

No. 54>4. " " Bound " " " " 13/8 " 



TWO FEET, FOUR FOLD, BROAD. BOAED JIEASI'IIK. 

No. 84. Square Joint, Edge Plates, I2ths, i6ths and Scales, 1 3/S Inch Wide .... 



Per Dozen, $ 7 00 

9 00 

18 00 



Per Dozen, $11 00 



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Boxwood Slide Rule. 



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If ! I'M 1 


1 II M 1 II 1 II 1 II '.IN 


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1 1 ' 


5' ' 


14' 


' 3' 1 


12' 1 


' 11' 


f**^ 


In 1, 1 | : 1 ■ 1 l| l| 1 |li \\ II 


11 i|ii [1,1 


1 1 1!|; 1 11 1 


1 i 11 " iii 


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Hi in 1 


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No. *3. Arch Joint. Divided into Stlis, 1 2ths and i6ths 



Per Dozen, $14 00 



Boxwood Rules. 







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No. 14. Arch Joiut, Gunter Slide. 

TWO FKKT. TWO FOLD, WITH SLIDE. 

No. 23. Arch Joint, Plain Slide. 1 1/2 Inch Wide ..... . . . 

No. 11. " " Gunter Slide, 1 1/2 Inch Wide ..... ... 

TWO J<'J';p-/L\ TWO BK)LD, WITHOUT si.IIik. 

No. 15. Arch Joint, Extra Thin, 8ths and i6ths of Inches, Drafting and Octagonal Scales, 1 1/2 Inch Wide 
No. 17. " " Bound, " " *' " " " " " " " 



TWO Feel. Six Fold Rules. 
No. .)*'.. Arch Joint, Bound, 8tliS, loths, I2ths and i6ths, 3/4 Inch Wide 

Three Feet. Four Fold Rule 

No. «<>';. Arch Joint, Middle Plates, 8ths and i6ths, 1 Inch wide . 



Per 1 lozen, $11 00 
14 00 



Per Dozen, $10 00 
16 00 



Per Dozen, $36 00 



Per Dozen, $8 00 



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Architects' Rules, with Beveled Edges. 




No. 39. Arch Joint, Edge Plates, Sths, ioths, I2ths and i6ths of Inches, with Inside Beveled Edges, and Architects' Drifting Scales. 
Per Dozen .............. $20 00 



Ship Carpenters' Bevels. 

No. 30. Boxwood, Double Tongue Per Dozen, $6 00 No. 31. Boxwood, Single Tongue . Per Dozen, $6 00 

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Ivory Rules — Caliper. 



561 



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1 


\ 


TT7 i MM 


LLUI'iHm \ 






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NO. 97 1/2. 




No. 98 1/2. 

Per Dozen. 

No. 97 %. Square Joint, German Silver, Bound, Two Fold, 6-in., 8ths, ioths, I2ths and i6ths, Slide in 32ds, % in. Wide, $30 00 

No. 9%yi. " " " " Edge Plates, Four " 12-in., 8ths, ioths, I2ths " l6ths, " " " ^ " " 3800 

No. 99^- " " " " Bound, " " 12-in., 8ths, ioths, I2ths " i6ths. " " " # " " 4400 

No. 99j£. " " " " " " " 12-in., Sths, ioths, I2ths " i6ths, " " " % " " 48 00 



Ivory Rules. 




No. 91. 

No. 91^. 
No. 92. 



No. 91. Square Joint. 

IVORY BULBS. ONE FOOT, FOUR FOLD. 

Square Joint, German Silver, Edge Plates, Sths, and i6ths, % in. Wide 

• 1 •' " " " 8ths, ioths, I2ths and i6ths, %, in., Wide . 

>• " " " Bound, 8ths, ioths, I2ths and i6ths, )i " " 



Per Dozen. 

$17 00 

. 23 00 

28 00 



No. 77. 

No. r§. 

No. 83. 

No. 84. 
No. 86. 



IVORY RT7LKS. TWO FKTCT, FOUB FOLD. 

Per Dozen. 

Square Joint, German Silver, Edge Plates, 8ths, ioths, I2ths and i6ths of inches, and iooths of a foot, % in. Wide $54 00 

<i •' " " Bound, Sths, ioths, I2tlis and i6ths, " " % in. Wide . . 72 00 

Arch Joint " " Edge Plates, Sths, I2ths and i6ths of inches, iooths of a foot, and Drafting Scales, 

1 in'. Wide . ■ 6 4 00 

Arch Joint, German Siver, Bound, Sths, I2ths and i6ths of inches, and Drafting Scales, 1 in. Wide . . 80 00 

Double Arch Joint, German Silver, Bound, Sths, I2ths and i6ths of inches, and Drafting Scales, 1 in. Wide . 92 00 



"Stephens" Patent Combination 
Boxwood Rule. 

No. 36. Square Joint, Bound ( Level. Square, Plumb, etc.), 

I}$ Inches Wide. 
Per Dozen ..... $4000 , 



"Chesterman's" Steel Folding Rules. 




hWiligLU hUJ 



Made from No. 20 tempered spring steel. Can be bent around 

3 inch circle ; folds into 3 inch. 
Size, 1 foot . Each, $0 25 | Size, 2 feet . Each, $0 50 



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562 



Board and Log Measures. 



No. 
49 



|ff 



~rt m-i-.— 4—1.6— >--n -|'»- rci~a7- ,.;. • 



:m mm</^m w^]m 



Note.— Nos. a l /2, 48, and 49 give the contents in Board Measure'of 1 inch Boards. 

Directions.— Place the stick across the flat surface of the Board, bringing the inside of the Cap snugly to the edge of the same ; then follow with the'eye 
the Column of figures in which the length of the Board is given as the first figure under the Cap, and at the mark nearest the opposite edge of the Board will 
be found the contents of the Board in feet. 

Note. — The Log Measure (No. 48^1 has Doyle's Revised Tables, and gives the number of feet of one inch square edge boards, which can be sawed from a 
log of any size, from 12 to 36 inches in diameter, and of any length. The figures immediately under the head of the Cane, are for the lengths of Logs in feet. 
Under these figures, on the same line at the mark nearest the diameter of the Log. will be found the number of feet the Log will make. 



No. 43>z\ Board Stick, Flat, Hickory, Cast Brass Head and Tip, 6 Lines, 12 to 22 Feet . . 3 Ft. Long, Per Doz., $12 00 

No. 49. Board Stick, Flat, Hickory, Steel Head, Brazed, Extra Strong, 6 Lines, 12 to 22 Feet . • 3 " " " 26 00 

No. 48. Walking Cane, Board Measure, Octagon, Hickory, Solid Cast Brass Head and Tip, 8 Lines, I .. 
9 to 16 Feet . . . . ... . . . I 3 

No. 48>z\ Walking Cane, Log Measure (Doyle's Revised), Octagon, Hickory, Solid Cast Brass Head 1 ,, ,, 
and Tip .... ...... J 3 



12 00 



15 00 



Miscellaneous Articles. 



BKNCH RTJLE:S. 



No. 34. Bench Rule, Maple, Brass Tips 

No. 35. " " Board Measure, Brass Tips 



2 Feet Long, Per Dozen, $3 00 
2 " ' 6 00 



PATl'BBN MAKKKS' SHKINKA&K RULES. 
No. 30. Pattern Makers' Shrinkage Rule, Boxwood, 8ths and i6ths of Inches, 24X Inches Long, Per Dozen, $15 00 



WANTAGE AJSTO GrA.TJGUSTCi KOIJf 
No. 44. Wantage Rod, 8 Lines ....... 

No. 37. " 12 " 

No. 45. Gauging " 120 Gallons ...... 

No. 45 j£. " " 180 " and Wantage Tables .... 



Per Dozen, $5 00 
" 7 00 

3 Feet Long, " " 7 00 

4 " ' 18 00 



YARD STICKS. 
No. 33. Yard Stick, Polished . ... 

No. 41. " " Brass Tips, Polished ..... 

No. 50. " Hickory, Brass Capped Ends, Polished 



Per Dozen, $2 00 

3 SO 

4 SO 



i'-RKICJ-JtlT STICKS. 



5 Feet Long, with Brass Hook 



Per Dozen, $18 00 



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"Chesterman's" Tape Lines. 



563 



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FLUSH HANDLE. 




FOLDING HANDLE. 





IHSCRIPTION. 


Length, Feet, 


25 


33 


50 


75 


100 


No. S3 L. 


Linen Tape, Folding Handle 


Each, 






$2 25 


$2 60 


* 3 25 


No. 34 L,. 


Metallic Wire Woven, Folding Handle 


. 


$1 80 


$2 25 


2 60 


3 4° 


4 25 


No. 34 PB. 


Flush 


. 


2 00 


2 40 


2 80 


3 60 


4 60 


No. as JL. 


Steel Tape, Flush Handle 


" 


4 SO 


5 60 


7 75 


12 00 


15 00 



Spring Steel Tapes <>n Stop Plated Cases. 



No. 3(3 SS. 



Feet, 3 
Each, $1 35 



6 
2 30 



9 
2 75 



V 



3 00 



Jf 



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5 6 4 



American Tape Lines. 



ASSES' SKIN, BRASS BOUND CASK, 
WITH FOLDING HANDLES 



PATENT LEATHER CASE, 



WITH FOLDING HANDLES. 





Feet, 25 50 75 100 

Cotton, Per Dozen, $3 75 5 00 7 00 9 00 

Linen, " " 5 00 8 00 10 00 12 50 



Feet, 25 50 75 100 

Cotton, Per Dozen, $3 75 5 00 7 00 9 00 

Linen, " " 500 8 00 10 00 12 50 



Pcoket Spring Measuring Tapes. 





No. 24. 3 Feet, Linen Tape, Silver Plated Ca 

No. 25. 5 " ' 

No. 26. 3 Plastic Case 

No. 27. 5 " " " " " . 



Per Dozen, $5 25 
5 So 
5 25 

S 50 



Tire Measuring Wheel. 




The index hand saves trouble of marking with chalk, and the whole, made of metal, is light, accurately fixed, handy and strong. 
Price $1 50 



Tracing or Copying Wheels. 



6 Iuch Long 



V, 



Per Dozen, $1 25 



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Table of Measures, "Wire 



Ganges, 



Etc. 



565 



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TABLE OF DECIMAL EQUIVALENTS 

OF 

8thss, 16ths, 32ds and 64=ths of an Inch, 

FOR USE IN CONNECTION WITH 

BRCTWTST & SHAEPE MANPG CO.'S 

MICROMETER CALIPER. 



8ths. 



1/8 
1/4 
3/8 
i/a 
5/8 
3/4 
7/8 



= .125 
= .250 

= •375 

= .500 

= .625 

= •75° 

= •875 

l/l6 = .062S 

3/16 = .1875 

5/l6 ==.3125 

7/l6 = .4375 

9/l6 = .5625 

ii/i6 = .68 75 
13/16 = .8125 
15/16 = .9375 
33ds. 
1/32 = .03125 
3/32 = .09375 
5/32 = -15625 
7/32 = .21875 



9/32 = 
11/32: 
T 3/32 = 
15/32 ■■ 

17/32 = 
19/32 = 
21/32 = 
23/32 = 
25/32 = 
27/32 = 
29/32 = 
31/32 = 



:.2Sl25 

: -34375 
■■ .40625 

: .46875 
: -53125 

: -59375 
■■ .65625 
: -71875 
-78125 

: -84375 
■■ .90625 
■■ .96875 



64ths. 

1/64 = .015625 
3/64 = .046875 
5/64 = .078125 
7/64 = .109375 
9/64 = .140625 
11/64 = .171875 
13/64 = .203125 
15/64 = .234375 
17/64 = .265625 



19/64 . 
21/64 ■ 
23/64 ■ 
25/64 = 
27/64 = 
29/64 = 

31/64 " 
33/64 ■ 
35/64 ■ 
37/64 = 
39/ 6 4 " 
41/64 = 

43/ 6 4 ■ 
45/64 = 
47/64 ■ 
49/64 ■ 
51/64 ■ 
53/ 6 4 ' 
55/64 ■ 
57/64 = 
59/64 ■ 
61/64 ■ 
63/64 ■ 



' .296875 
' -328125 

■ -359375 

: .390625 

- -421875 
: -453125 
' -484375 

' -515625 
' -546875 
' -578125 
: -609375 
• .640625 

■ -67iS 7 5 
• .703125 
' -734375 
' -765625 
-796875 
• .828125 

■ -859375 

: .890625 
..921875 
' -953125 
■ -984375 



Different Standards for Wire Grange 
in use in the United States. 

DIMENSIONS OF SIZES, IN DECIMAL PARTS OF AN INCH. 



.30 

Is 



3 
4 
5 
6 

7 
8 

9 
10 
11 
12 
'3 
14 
■5 
16 

is 

19 
20 
21 
22 

24 
25 



V 


O 




8* 


aS 




a.- 


a m^ 


%* 


If 


fa 

3 


Washbu 
Moen M'f 
Worcester 




a - 

^ 

o'« 


■32945 


•34 


■3°7 


305 


2994 


-2893 


•3 


.283 


285 


2777 


•25763 


,2S 4 


.263 


265 


2591 


.22942 


•259 


•244 


245 


2401 


.20431 


238 


■ 225 


225 


223 


[8194 


.22 


.207 


205 


2047 


.16202 


-203 


.[92 


19 


1885 


. 14428 


.18 


■177 


175 


1758 


.12849 


.165 


.162 


16 


1605 


."443 


.148 


.14S 


us 


1471 


.10189 


■ 134 


•'35 


13 


1 35 1 


.090742 


.12 


.12 


1175 


1 205 




.109 


•105 


105 


1065 


.071961 


•095 


.092 


0925 


0928 
0816 


.064084 


.083 


.08 


08 


057068 


.072 


.072 


07 


0726 


.05083 


.065 




061 


0627 


•045257 


.058 


•054 




0546 


.040303 


.049 


"47 


045 


0478 


.03580 


.042 


.041 


"4 


0411 


.031961 


035 


■035 


°35 


035' 




.032 


■032 


031 


0321 


•025347 


,028 




028 


029 


.022571 


.025 


■025 


025 


0261 


.0201 


.022 


.023 


0225 


0231 


0179 


.02 


.02 


02 


0212 



Is 



»3 
U 
15 
16 

17 
rS 

19 



23 
24 
25 



Long Measure. 



12 iuclies 
3 feet 

5 '_. yards or 16^ feet 
320 rods or 5280 feet 
1.152% statute miles 

3 geographical miles 
60 geographical miles 
360 degrees circumference of the earth 

4 inches 1 hand. 

6 feet 1 fathom. 



1 foot. 

1 yard. 

1 rod. 

1 statute mile. 

1 geographical mile. 

1 league. 

1 degree. 



Square 

144 square inches = 

9 square feet = 

30^ square yards = 

160 square rods = 

640 acres = 



Measure. 

1 square foot. 
1 square yard. 
1 square rod. 
1 acre. 
1 square mile. 



Snrvej 

625 square links = 



ors' Square Measure. 

1 square pole. 
1 square chain. 
1 acre. 



[6 pole: 

10 square chains = 
640 acres 

6 miles square = 1 township 



= 1 square mile. 



Cubic Measure. 



1728 cubic inches 
27 cubic feet 
16 cubic feet 
8 cord feet or 1 
1 28 cubic feet | 



1 cubic foot. 
1 cubic yard. 
1 cord foot. 

1 cord wood. 



The Metric System. 



MEASURES 

Metric Denominations and Values. 



Myriameter = 
Kilometer - 
Hectomer 
Dekameter — 
Meter 

Decimeter = 
Centimeter 
Millimeter - 



10,000 

1,000 

100 



meters 
meters 
meters 

10 meters 

r meter 

. 1 of a meter 

.01 of a meter 

.001 of a meter 



OF LENGTH. 

Equivalents in Denominations in usr. 
= 6.2137 miles. 

= 0.62137 m - or 3. 280 ^ eet 10 inches. 
=■ 328 feet and 1 inch. 
■ 393.7 inches. 

- 39.37 inches. 
--= 3.937 inches. 
" 0.3937 inch. 

— 0.0304 inch. 



MEASURES OF SURFACE. 

Metric Denominations and Values. Equivalents in Denominations in use. 

Hectare "■ 10,000 square meters = 2.471 acres. 

Are = 100 square meters — iiq.6 square yards. 

Centare — 1 square meter 1.550 square inches. 



MEASURES OF CAPACITY. 
Metric Denominations and Values. Equivalents in Denominations in use. 
Names. No. Liters. Cubic Measure. Dry Measure. Wine Measure. 
1 cubic meter — 1.308 cubic yards 
.1 cubit meter = 2 bush, j.55 pks. 
10 c. decimeters = Q.o8quarts. 
1 c. decimeter = 0.908 quart. 
.1 c. decimeter — 6.1022 cubic inch. 
ioccentimeters= 0.6102 cubic inch. - 
1 c. centimeter = 0.061 cubic inches = 



Riloliter — 
Hectoliter — 
Decaliter - 
Uter — 

Deciliter — 
Centiliter = 
Milliliter = 



1,000 
100 



— 264.17 gallons. 

— 26.417 gallons. 

— 2.6417 gallons. 
— ■ 1.0567 quarts. 
= 0.845 p"- 

: 0.338 fluid oz. 
0.27 fluid dr. 



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Sizes, Inch, .... 

Japanned Handle, Polished Blades, . 
Nickel-Plated Handles and Blades, 

Butter Tryers, Steel Blade, 24 Inch 



Cheese Tryers. 



Per Dozen, $3 25 
4 75 



3 SO 
S 00 



% 




6 

4 00 

5 So 

Per Dozen, $24 00 



("Train Tryers. 




Brass, 5 1/2 Inch Long 

" 5 1/2 " " Plated 

Coffee Tryers, with Cap 



Per Dozen, $10 50 
" " 12 00 



Steel, 51/2 Inch Long 



Per Dozen, $12 00 



Per Dozen, $15 00 



Wrought Semnless 15rass Ferrules. 



m *t 




Sizes, Inch, 


7/16 


1/2 


9/16 


5/8 


3/4 


7/8 


1 


Per Gross, 


$0 50 


60 


65 


75 


90 


1 25 


1 90 



Sizes, Inch, 1/2 
Per Gross, $3 50 



9/i6 
4 50 



Cas1 Brass Ferrules. 





5/8 
5 00 



3/4 
7 00 



7/8 
10 50 



15/16 
11 00 



Cane or Umbrella Ferrules. 



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Assorted to 3/4 Inch 



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SOLID ENDS. STEEL. 



Per Gross, $6 00 



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American Garden Trowels. 



567 



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Inch, 5 
Per Dozen, $1 50 



6 
1 6 S 



7 
1 80 



English Garden Trowels. 



SOLID CAST STEEL, WELDED SHANK. 



6 Inch 



Per Dozen, $7 SO | 7 Inch 



Per Dozen, $9 00 



Brick Trowels. 



•DISSTON'B" LONDON PATTERN. 



Inch, 9 

Per Dozen, $9 00 




10 
10 00 



12 
12 00 



>3 
13 SO 



14 
15 00 



V. 



Inch, 10 

Per Dozen. $13 25 



" Rose Bros." Trowels 




11 
14 25 



12 
IS 25 



•3 
16 25 



14 
17 25 



n 



5 68 



Trowels. 



Pointing Trowels. 




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SOLID SHAUK. 



Inch, 4 

Per Dozen, $4 25 



4 S" 



5 
4 75 



5 00 



6 

S 25 



Inch, ioandloX 
Per Dozen, $12 25 



Plastering Trowels. 




-i>. V 




-X 



II 

13 So 



14 So 



IS 75 



Corner Trowels. 



Six Inch 



c 




_y 



Per Dozen, $9 00 



Cast - Steel Cane Knives. 



Per Dozen 



V, 




$10 00 



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Carpet Stretchers. 



'BULLABD'S' 



569 



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Bullard's Patent 



Per Dozen, $6 00 



SOCKET POIJSHKD. 



JAPANNED POLISHKD I!LAI)KS. 





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Socket, Solid Cast Steel 
" Blade Riveted on 



Per Dozen, $9 00 
6 00 



Japanned Polished Blade 



Per Dozen. $3 00 



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57° 



Box, Hay and Potato Hooks. 





Style of Nob. 2, 4 and 9. 





Btyle of Nob. 8. ? and 11. 



Potato Hook. No. 10. 



No. 2. Black Handle Hook, 8 Inch, per Dozen, $4 00 No. 7. California Hay Hook, 6 Inch, per Dozen, $5 00 

No. 4. Cartmen's Box " 6 4 25 No. 9. " Box ,s " " " 4 00 

Na *• " " 8 5°o No. IO, " Potato" 2 Prongs," " 800 

No. 6. Western Hay 



5% " " 



4 25 No. 11. Eureka Hay 



7 Inch, 



6 00 



Box Scrapers. 

WARRANTED ALT. SOLID CAST STEEL. 





"A." Solid Cast Steel 



Per Dozen, $6 00 | "B." Cast Steel Blades 



Per Dozen, $6 00 



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Half Dozen in a Box. 



Half Dozen In a Box. 



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"C." Cast Steel 



"D." 



Per Dozen 



Double Handle Box Scrapers. 




Long Handle Box Scrapers. 




Reversible Box Scrapers. 




Ship Scrapers. 




No. 1. Blades % Inch Thick, Iron and Steel Welded 

No. 2. " fr° ra No - x 4 Best Cast Steel 

No . 3. 14 Steel, Black Sockets 



Cabinet Scrapers. 



Assorted 



57 1 



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Per Dozen, $6 50 



Per Dozen, $12 00 



$7 00 



Per Dozen, $9 00 

" 7 00 

4 SO 



Per Dozen, $1 25 



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572 



Butchers' Block • Scrapers. 




Cast Steel Blades, Oil Tempered 



Per Dozen, $6 00 



Cast Steel Hog Scrapers. 




Made of No. 18 Sheet Steel 



Per Dozen, $4 00 



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5 Fingers . 



Wrought Nail Claws. 





Per Dozen, $9 00 



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"Pratt's" Patent Tube Cleaner. 



573 




To Inch, 2 i% i% 

Bach, $2 oo 2 25 2 50 



*u 


3 


2% 


3/2 


iU 


4 


2 75 


3 00 


3 25 


3 S° 


3 75 


4 00 



" Felthousen " Adjustable Flue Scraper. 




Inch, 2 


2% 


»}i 


3 


3'A 


4 


Each, $2 00 


2 25 


2 50 


3 00 


3 50 


4 00 



Elliptic Spring Tube Scraper. 




To Inch, 2 *% -"2 2# 

Each, $2 00 2 25 2 50 2 75 



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3 .w 3>S 

3 00 3 25 3 5° 



3* 



3 75 4 00 



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574 



"Dudgeon's" Improved Tube Expanders. 



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Will Expand Three JSizes of Tubes, wit Ii out CVhauj^irii* the Rollers. 
"Will answer for any Thickness of Tulse Sheets. 



Will Expand 


\% and i;V Inch 


Each, 


$20 00 


Will E 


tpand 3 '4, iY% and 3'A Inch 


Each, 


$60 00 


(1 1C 


iH " lH " 




20 00 


" 


" 3'A, 3H " 3H " 




70 00 


,. 


1% " 2 

2, 2% and 2X Inch 

2#, 2^ " 2^ " . 
2%, 2% " 2% " 




25 00 

30 00 
36 00 
39 00 




'" 3%. 3% " 4 

4. 4'A " 4'A " 
" 4'A,4ti " 4'A " • 




75 00 
80 00 
85 00 


" 


2*f, 2# "3 " • 




45 00 


" 


" 4A.4H " 4H " 




85 00 


11 It 


3. 3'A " 3'A " 




52 00 


' 


" 4K, 4 7 A " 5 " • 




90 00 



Standard Roller Tube Expanders. 




WILL EXPAND ONE SIZE ONLY. 



For Tubes, Inch, 1 1% i'A i% 2 2' 4 2>A 2% '3 3'A 3'A 3% 4 

Each, $14 00 14 00 14 00 14 00 16 00 19 00 22 00 25 00 28 00 31 00 34 00 37 00 40 00 



Tube Brushes or Cleaners. 



GALVANIZKD STKKL. 



WHALKBONK. 



©K 



!§#&# 




v. 



To Inch, 2 2'A 2'A 

Steel Brushes, Each, 1 25 1 40 1 50 

Whalebone " " 1 00 1 15 1 25 



2U 
I 60 
I 40 



3 
1 75 
1 50 



3% 
2 00 
1 60 



3'A 
2 25 

1 75 



4 
2 50 
2 00 



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Steel Casting Brushes. 



575 



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No. 4. 



No. 5. 




No. 6. 



No. -1. Square, with Leather Sti'aps. 



No. 5. Square, with Handle. 



Rows, 4 4 4 4 4 

Length of Wire, Inch, 2 2</ 2 3 4 5 

Per Dozen, $5 50 6 00 6 50 7 50 8 50 



Rows, 2 


3 


4 


Length of Wire, Inch, 2>^ 


2$ 


2^ 


Per Dozen, $4 00 


5 00 


6 00 



Length of Wire, 6 Inch 



>J'>. < 1. R,owll<t. 



Per Dozen, $9 00 



File Brushes or Cleaners. 




Pile Card. Large Size 



Pel Dozen, $3 00 I File Card, Small Size 



Per Dozen, $2 00 




Kile, Brush and Card 



Per Dozen, $4 50 



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576 



Oil Stones, Grindstones, Etc. 

BOU1TO EDGE OR GOI'GK SLIPS. 




OIL STONKS. 



OIL STONBS. 




Tarn O'Shanter Oil Stone 

Arkansas Oil Stone 
" Oil Slips . 



Per lb, $o 40 I Tarn O'Shanter Oil Slips . 

Per lb, $3 00 I Washita Oil Stone 
" " 3 60 " Oil Slips 

Washita Encased Oil Stone . . Per Dozen, $10 00 



Hindostan Oil Stone Per lb, $0 10 | Hindostan Oil Slips 

H iiidostan Axe Bits .... Per lb, $0 10 



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Per lb, $0 60 

Per lb, $0 35 
" " o 60 



Per lb, $0 20 



Shoemakers' Sand Stone 



Per lb, $0 10 



' UNION" KHKEY STONKS AND STANDS. 




The Union Oil Stones are superior to the best Natural Stones for sharpening edge-tools, cleaning castings, polishing pulleys, or 

finishing iron, steel or brass work in vise or lathe. They cut faster and finish smoother than 

emery cloth, sticks or files, and will not scratch the work. 

Size of Stones about 8 x I^C x 1 ........ . Per Dozen, $9 00 

No. 120 is for whetting carpenters' and other tools, and will produce a fine edge. It is equal to dead-smooth cut files for 

fine finish. F is for pattern makers, and is a little finer than 120. 

Stands Only ....... >'......• Per Dozen, $6 00 



RED KND "INDIAN POND" SCYTHE STONES. 



% Gross in a Box 



; GENUINE INDIAN POND 



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Per Gross, $7 50 




GBINDSTON HIS. 

We keep in stock a full line of BEREA, HURON AND NEWCASTLE GRINDSTONES. 
The latter grade we import expressly for use in Foundries and Machine Shops. 



Assorted sizes in stock, from 12 to 60 inches diameter 



Per Pound, $ 



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THE "OHALLKNGK." 







Diameter of Stone, 8 Inch, Thickness, 1% Inch, Height from Floor, 3 Feet 
" " 10 " " 1% " " " " 3 " 



'CLEVBLANII" PATl'EBN. 



Price Complete, Each, $5 00 
6 50 




8 Inch, with Trough 



Each, $2 25 10 Inch, with Trough 



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Grrindst ones — Assort eel. 



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PBICE EACH. COMPLETE. 

No. 1. Stoue Weighs 100 lo 1 10 Pounds . $6 00 I No. 3. Stoue Weighs 70 to So Pounds 

No. 3. Stoue Weighs 40 to 50 Pound.- . $4 50 



$5 00 



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10 Inch ..... Each, $2 50 



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Grindstones. 



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TO find tub; "WEIGHT. 

Square the diameter (in inches), multiply by thickness (in inches), then multiply by decimal .06363. 
Example : Find the weight of a stone 4 feet 6 inches in diameter and 7 inches thick. 4 feet 6 inches — 54 inches ; square of 54 ■ 
2,916 ; multiplied by 7 = 20,412 ; multiplied by .06363 = Answer, 1,298.815 lbs, which is weight of stone. 



AVERAGE WEIGHT OF STONES TWO FEET AND IiARGER. 



THICKNESS, 
8^- INCHES. 


2 


2)4 3 1 3^ . 4 


*'A 


5 


6 


7 8 


10 12 


DIAMETER, . H i Lbs 
INCHES. Y 


Lbs. 


Lbs. 


Lbs. 


Lbs. 


Lbs. Lbs. 


Lbs. | Lbs. 

I 


Lbs. 


Lbs. 


Lbs. 


24 73 


9i 


no 12S I 146 


1 
164 ! 183 


219 256 


293 


366 


439 


27 92 


116 I 139 162 1S5 208 


231 


278 324 


37" 


463 


556 


30 


114 


143 


171 


200 229 


257 


286 


343 


400 


458 


572 


687 


1 
33 138 


i 
173 207 


242 


277 3" 


346 


415 


485 


554 | 692 


831 


36 


164 


206 


247 ! 288 


329 371 


412 


494 


577 


659 


824 


989 


39 


•93 


241 


290 


338 


387 


435 


4S3 


580 


677 


774 


967 


1161 


42 


... 280 


336 


392 


448 


505 


561 


673 


7S5 


897 


1122 


1346 


45 






386 


45i 


515 


579 


644 


773 9°i 


1030 


1288 


1546 


48 


... 


... 


513 


586 


659 


733 


879 


1026 


1172 


1466 


1759 


51 






662 


744 


827 | 993 


1 158 


1324 


1655 


1986 


54 




... 


^ 


927 


1 1 12 1298 


1484 


1855 


2226 


60 






i 


1374 


1603 


1832 2290 


2748 


66 


... , ... ■•• 




194° 


2217 


2771 


3326 


72 


... ' ., 






... 


... 2638 3298 


3958 


To find 


the circu 


inference 


: of a circ 


lc, the di 


ameter b 


eing give 


a : Multi 


}ly the d 


lameter t 


y 3.1416. 







To find the diameter of a circle the circumference being given: Divide the circumference by 3.1416. 



To find the area of a circle, the diameter being given : Multiply the square of the diameter by .7854. 



To find the area of a circle, the diameter and circumference both being given : multiply the diameter and circumference together, 

and divide the product by 4. 



To find the cubic contents of a cylinder, the diameter and length being given : Multiply the square of the diameter by .7854 and the 

product by the length. 



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Grindstone Fixtures. 



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Style of Nos. 20, 21, 22 and 23. 

Heavy, Japanned, Incased Rollers. 

No. 20. Shaft 24 Inches Long Per Dozen, $25 00 1 No. 22. Shaft 17 Inches Long 

No. 21. 19 "... " " 21 00 No. 23. •■• 15 " " 



Per Dozen, $18 50 
15 60 




Style of Nos. 50, 51, 52 and 53. 

Japanned, Incased Rollers. 

No. SO. Shaft 24 Inches Long Per Dozen, $20 00 1 No. 52. Shaft 17 Inches Long Per Dozen, $15 00 

No. 51. " 19 " "... " " 17 50 No. 53. " 15 " " . . . " " 14 00 

No. 10O. Extra Heavy, Suitable for Stones 200 to 400 lbs Weight . Each, $6 00 



PATEKT GHIXUS'I'( )XE BHAET, 




Furnished witli a Crank lor Hand Use. 
Suitable for Stone 36 x 4 Inches, with Pulleys 1 2 Inch Diameter and 3 Inch Face 



Each, $12 00 



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Genuine Scotch Glass Tubes for Water Ganges. 



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WATER GAUGE GLASSES were first introduced into the United States by Mr. E. H. Ashcroft, of Boston, in the year 
1854. The rapidly increasing demand for them has led to the introduction into this market of a variety of inferior tubes. The 
glasses Imported by the Ashcroft Manufacturing Co. are made from carefully selected materials, insuring strength, 
enabling them to bear great variations of temperature, and preventing them from changing color. 

They are parallel, of uniform thickness, and will bear from 500 to 1,000 lbs pressure to the square inch, according to size. 



CAUTION'. 



Never allow a glass tube to coijje in contact with any metal, as it makes it liable to break into atoms. This may occur 
immediately, or not for days after. 




ENAMELED 



WATER GAUGE GLASSKS. 



The attention of Engineers is specially called 
to the improvement of the Enameled Back Gauge 
Glass over that of the Plain or ordinary glass now 
in use. As shown in the illustration, the height of 
the water in the tube can be seen at a glance. 
All users of Water Gauges will at once appreciate 
the value of this improvement. 

It is advisable to set them in front of a dark 
background. If artificial light is required, place it 
directly in front of the tube. 




PRICE LIST 

OK 

Plain and Enameled Back Glass Tabes. 

PER COZEN. 

















LENGTH IN INCHES. 


EXTERNAL 


















DIAMETER. 






































.0 


11 


12 


>3 


14 


15 


16 


17 


18 


19 


20 


22 


24 


30 


36 


48 


60 


"2 inch, 0. d. 


$4 80 


4 80 


540 


5 40 


6 00 


660 


7 20 


7 80 


8 40 


9 00 


9 60 


10 80 


12 00 


16 00 


20 00 


24 00 


36 00 


H " 


4 80 


480 


5 40 


5 40 


6 00 


660 


7 20 


7 80 


840 


9 00 


9 60 


10 80 


12 00 16 00 


20 00 24 00 


36 00 


M " " 


600 


'660 


'660 


660 


7 20 


7 20 


7 80 


8 40 


9 00 


9 60 


10 20 


11 40 


12 60 18 00 


24 00 36 00 


48 00 


H " 


840 


8 40 


8 40 


8 40 


8 40 


9 00 


9 60 


10 20 


10 80 


11 40 


12 00 


1500 


18 00 24 00 


30 00 48 00 
39 00 60 00 


60 00 


1 •• 


10 80 


10 80 


10 80 


10 80 


10 80 


10 80 


10 80 


11 40 


12 00 


13 20 


1500 


18 00 


24 00 31 20 


72 00 



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: Initialiser's" Watchman's Improved Time Detector. 



•WITH SAFKTY LOCK ATTACHMENT. 




The marking apparatus in these instruments is placed iu the cover of the case, separately from the watch movement, which is 
thereby protected from injury by dust getting in through the key-hole. This is a great advantage over other watchmen's clocks, 
having the marking springs for pricking holes on the dial not separated from the time movements. 

THE SAPETY LOCK ATTACHMENT 

is a recent improvement of great importance, being a safeguard against tampering with the record ; it consists of a stationary knife 
placed inside the cover in such a position that every time the cover is closed or opened, the edge of the dial card is cut, making a 
nick on the rim about one-eighth of an inch deep, and showing the exact time when so cut. From the number of the cuts and their 
time it will be easy to detect any tampering by opening the cover. Without this attachment, any detector would not be assured 
against false records by dishonest watchmen. 

With the watch there are twelve different keys, which are fastened, one at each post where the watchman is to call during his 
round. Keys, Nos. 1 to 6, mark a figure between the circles 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, on the dial card, and keys, Nos. 7 to 12, mark a figure on 
the lines of the circles, so making a clear registration, not a confused one, as is the case with other detectors having records made by 
punching holes in the dial card. 

The watchman entering upon his duties in the evening receives the detector locked and in the leather pouch. The watch 
being previously wound and supplied with a fresh dial card, care taken to place the nut on the arbor in the center, according to the 
marks on the nut and arbor. The watch will run about sixty hours. 

Arriving at any station, the watchman inserts the key he finds fastened there, through the pouch into the key-hole on the rim 
of the watch opposite the ring, and turns the key round to the right, once, and withdraws it ; a figure will be stamped on the dial in 
such a position as will show the precise time of the registration. 

On delivering the watch in the morning, the person in charge can see at a glance how often and when the rounds have been 
made during the night ; whether every station has been visited or any neglected, what space of time elapsed between the different 
visits, etc. ; in short, it tells the history of the night's doings of the watchman. 

Parties purchasing these instruments should test them sufficiently in the office to their entire satisfaction. 

These Watch Clocks are as reliable as the best lever watch, and are warranted, in every case, to be in perfect and complete 
order, and any trusty watchmaker can clean and repair them. 



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Price, with Pouch, Box of Dials, and Twelve Different Keys for Twelve Stations, Complete 



$75 00 



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Thermometers. 



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«0CMESTE« 



T1K CASK, JAPANNED. 
Inch, 7 8 10 

Per Dozen, $5 00 5 50 6 50 



12 
8 00 



8 Inch 



DAIRY. 

Mai-Ked lor Churning. Cheese and Scaldlns. 

N<>. SO. Bright Tin Case, Zinc- Scale. 

Per Dozen, $6 00 | 10 Inch Per Dozen, $7 00 



BRRWKRS' AND ENGINEERS'. 
Copper Case, 12 Inch Per Dozen, $24 00 



Salinometers. 





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110- 


out 
















ItO 






170 






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no. 




























no 

BO 


KM 


















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Id 












ID 






30 






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Per Dozen 



$12 00 



TIN CASE, 



Pyrometers. 




3S 



USED FOR 
[Raker's* Ovens, Oil and Tar Stills, Drying and Japan Ovens, Boiler Plups, Chimneys, Etc., Kto 

This Pyrometer correctly indicates temperatures to 800 degrees Fahrenheit, by the Expansion of its metallic stem. 
Price Each, $30 00 



Gas Proving Pumps. 



WITH MKBCURY OATTG-TC. 




WTTH AIR (JAUfiE. 




Price 



Each. $18 00 



Each, $16 00 



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New Pattern 



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Plumbers' Force Pumps. 




Each, $10 00 




Patent Rotary Pump. 

USED BX)H PUMPING WINK, OIL AJSTD OTHKE LIQUIDS FROM 
TANKS INTO BAEEBLS, CASKS, Etc. 

This Cut represents the Patent Rotary Barrel Pump, with the Patent Barrel Attachment and Iron 
Pipe connected to the same, complete. 

Pig. A. 



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Fig. A shows a small Iron Hook Pipe, which is sent with the Barrel Pump, to connect to the 
end of the hose from the Pump, and to hook it on to the can or tank which is being pumped into. 
Hose and Extra Lengths of Pipe furnished to order at market prices. 



Description. 



No. 1 Barrel Pump, with Iron Pipes aud 
Patent Attachment Complete . . . 

No. 2 Barrel Pump, with Iron Pipes and 
Patent Attachment Complete . . . 



No. of Revolutions 
Per Minute. 



80 to I0O 
80 to IO0 



No. of Gallons Size of Pipe, 
per Revolution Inch. 



1. 10 

i-5 



Price. Iron. 



$18 00 
25 00 



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Tuyere Irons. 



'DUCK'S" NEST. 



•CLARK'S" PATENT. 




Size 

Weight, Lbs 

Each 




' BOWIE 



20 


B 


Size, 


1 


2 


3 


4 


• 14 


16 


Weight, Lbs, 


16 


20 


30 


40 


$1 00 


I 25 


Each, 


$2 00 


2 50 


3 00 


5 00 


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" PACIFIC." 








With Two Sizes of Grates. 




Weight, 24 Lbs 



Kither right or left hand, with Round or Triangular Ball. 
Each, $4 00 | Weight, 50 Lbs ..... Each, $5 00 



' CALIFORNIA " "WATER. 



"DOLES" PATENT "WATER. 



No. 

Length. Inch 

Weight, Lbs 

Each 



1 


» 






^__ 


1 


2 




12 


16 




40 


65 






$4 00 


6 00 




Weight, with Pipes, 25 lbs 



Each, $6 00 



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Forge Backs and Tubes. 



LIGHT. 




HEAVY. 

— — ......jh.MI.III 




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Weight 22 Pounds .... Kach. $3 00 Weight 56 Pounds .... Each. $4 50 

Tube only. $1 00 Tube only, $1 00 



Bellows. 



"f '.AJMTfOR^IA." PATKXT NOZZLE. 





Size. Inch, 24 
Each, $12 00 



26 
13 00 



Blacksmiths' Bellow -s. 

28 30 32 34 
14 00 15 00 16 00 17 00 



36 38 4° 
19 00 21 00 22 50 



"California" Patent Nozzle Bellows. 

Heavy. Extra Hpavv. Iron Braced. 

32 34 36 38 40 1 Size, Inch, 36 38 40 42 44 46 48 

Each, $27 00 28 00 30 00 31 50 44 00 57 50 72 00 



Size, Inch, 30 

Each, $15 00 16 00 17 00 19 00 21 00 22 50 



Hand Bellows. 

Size, Diameter, Inch, 6 7 

Per Dozen, $5 00 5 50 



6 00 



Moulders' Bellows. 

Size, Diameter, Inch, 10 12 

Per Dozen, $17 00 24 00 



14 
28 00 



Prospectors' Forges 





isto. 7. 



No. S. 



Height, 15 Inches; Hearth, 15 Inches Diameter; Fan, 6 Inches ; I Height, i s Inches; Hearth, 15 Inches Diameter ; Fan, 6 Inches ; 



Weight, 40 Pounds. 



Price 



Weight, 50 Pounds. 



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$16 00 Price 



$18 00 



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"Keystone" Portal)! e 



Forges. 



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J'O-KGtE No. 1, WITH HOOD. 
Height, 30 Inches; Fire Pan, 17x20 Inches; Fan, 6 Inches; 

Weight, 88 Pounds. 
This Forge will produce a quick welding heat on iron 1 inch 

diameter. Heavier work can be done on it. 

It is used by tank builders, miners, boiler makers, etc. 

Being light and strong and compact it is 

easily carried about. 

Price $25 00 



TOKGK No. 3, WITH: HOOD. 
Height, 30 Inches; Fire Pan, 20x24 Inches; Fan, 8 Inches; 

Weight, 104 Pounds. 
This Forge will produce a quick welding heat on iron 1 '/ 2 inch 

diameter. Heavier work can be done on it. 
It is used by boiler makers, bridge builders, on board ships, 

contractors, etc. 
Price $35 00 




FOKG-ii; No. 3 13. WITH HOOJJ. 

Height, 25 Inches ; Fire Pan, 21x27 Inches; Fan, 10 Inches; Weight, 150 Pounds. 

This Forge will produce a quick welding heat on iron 2 inches in diameter and on heavier iron if required. 

It is used for all kinds of tool work, machinists, marble works, millers, and repairs for manufacturers in general 

Price $40 00 



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I^ORGE No. 3. WITH HOOD. 
(Style of No. 2%, only larger.) 
Height, 25 Inches; Fire Pan, 24x30 Inches; Fan, 12 Inches; Weight, 160 Pounds. 
This Forge will produce a quick welding heat on iron 3 inches in diameter, or on heavier iron if desired. 

It has the latest improved Revolving Ball Tuyere. 
Price $50 00 



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Buffalo" Portable Forges. 



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FORGE No. 1, WITH HOOD. 

Height, 29 Inches; Fan, 10 Inches; Hearth, 21x27 Inches; 

Weight, 140 Pounds. 
Price ....... $40 00 



IOOltCiK No. 4, WITH HOOD. 

Half Open Hood ; Height, 33 Inches ; Size of Hearth, 18 

Inches Diameter ; Weight, 75 Pounds. 
Price ....... $27 00 





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TORGK No. 3. 
Height, 29 Inches; Fan, 10 Inches; Hearth, 21x27 Inches; 

Weight, 130 Pounds. 
Price ....... $36 00 



FORGB No. 5. 
Height, 33 Inches ; Size of Hearth, 18 Inches Diameter ; 

Weight, 70 Pounds. 
Price ....... $24 00 



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"Buffalo" Blowers. 



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They are especially intended for blowing fires in portable and small stationary boilers, experimenting, and various purposes where a 

small current of air is desired. Also, for forge fires ; No. oo giving blast for one fire ; No. o will blow two fires, 

and No. yi will furnish sufficient blast for four fires. 

Blower No. OO. 8 Inch, . $8 oo | Blower No. O. 12 Inch, . $10 00 | Blower No. 1/2. 18 Inch, . $14 00 

Arranged for Exhausting Purposes, $2 00 Extra. 



"Buffalo" Portable Forge. 




FORGE No. O. 

Height, 30 Inches ; Size of Hearth, 28 x 40 Inches ; Fan, 14 Inches ; Weight, 250 Pounds— with Water Tank, 300 Pounds. 

Without Water Tank $50 00 | With Water Tank S54 00 



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"Buffalo" Blowers. 




I-PHIGHT BLOWKR 1^... 3. Adapted for T *,- oi BlaolssiniUis in General. 

MADE EIGHT OK LEFT-HAND. 

The above cut represents Right-Haud Blower. 

Size of Kan, 14 Inches ; Weight, no Pounds, with Tuyere, 130 Pounds. 

Complete with Tuyere . . Price, $25 00 | Without Tuyere .... Price, $23 00 




BLOWBK No. 1. 
Size of Fan, 17 Inches ; Height, 35 Inches ; Length, 35 Inches ; Weight, 225 Pounds. 
Complete with Tuyere . . price, $36 00 | Without Tuyere 



Price, $34 00 



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iil.OWKR No. a. 

Size of Fan, 14 Inches ; Height, 35 Inches ; Length, 32 Inches ; Weight, 130 Pounds, with Tuyere 150 Pounds. 

Complete with Tuyere Price, $32 00 | Without Tuyere .... Price, $30 00 



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"Champion" Portable Forges. 



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KOKOi-10 No. 1. WITH HALJ' HOOD. 



FOHGE No. 3, "WITH HALF HOOD. 



Prices and Description. 



No. 1. Large Size Champion Blacksmiths' Portable Forge, 

Fan 14 Inches; Hearth 28 x 40, Height 30 Inches; 

Weight 250 Pounds. 

With Water Tank, Weight 265 Pounds. 

This Forge is adapted for heavy Carriage and Blacksmith 
work, it having a large Hearth and sufficient blast to do the 
heaviest kind of work. It will heat 4 inch iron to a welding 
heat in ten minutes. Blacksmiths will hud the Champion a 
great improvement over the old-fashioned bellows and brick 
forges. 

Price, without Water Tauk $50 00 

with " " . 55 00 

No, •£. Champion Boilermakers' Forge with Shield, Fan 

10 Inches; Hearth 21x27 Inches; Height 

30 Inches ; Weight 120 Pounds. 

This Forge is especially intended for Boilermakers. Iron 

Bridge and Ship Builders, Railroad Contractors, Miners, Tauk 

Builders, etc. 

Price ..... $36 00 



No. 3. Champion Machinists' Forge, Half Hood, Fan 

10 Inches ; Hearth 2j x 27 Inches ; Height 

30 Inches ; Weight 130 Pounds. 

Machinists, Plumbers, Miners, Marble Works, Millwrights, 
Railroad Repair Shops, Locksmiths, Planters and Manu- 
facturers in general, find the No. 3 Forge very convenient and 
economical, and "just tbe thing" for their purposes. 



Price 



$40 00 



No. 4. Champion Machinists' Forge, Closed Hood, Fan 

10 Inches; Hearth 21 x 27 Inches; Height 

30 Inches ; Weight 1 40 Pounds. 

A closed hood is placed on No. 4 Forge, which has 2 doors 
— one in front and one in the rear — thus preventing the escape 
of sparks, fumes or smoke, and is used iu Furniture Factories, 
Saw and Planing Mills, Oil Refineries, Cotton Mills, Jewelers. 
Dentists, Varnish Works, etc. 



Price 



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"Champion" Lever Blowers. 




The Jji^lit Running Champion Blower ■works with Swivel Lever. 



No. 4. Fan Blower, 14 Inch Case, 22 Inch Fly Wheel ; for General Blacksmith Use 
Complete with Tuyere ..... 



$18 00 



$20 00 



"Champion" Portable Forges. 




No. 5. Champion Rivet Forge with Shield, Height 33 Inch, Hearth 18 Inch Dia- 
meter, Weight 80 Lbs. 

Price ....... $24 00 

Forge No. 5 is adapted for use of Tank builders, Elevated Railroad builders, Miners and 

Prospectors, making repairs on Boilers, Bridges, etc. It is easily carried 

about the country, being light, strong aud compact. 



No. «. Champion Toolmakers' Forge, Half Hood, Height 33 Inch, Hearth IS Inch Dia- 
meter, Weight 85 Lbs. 



Price 



$27 00 



Forge No. 6 is very convenient for Small Hardware manufacturers for heating and 

tempering tools of all kinds. They are also used by Jewelers, 

Tinsmiths, Plumbers, Tool Makers, etc. 



Forge No. 5 with Shield. 

Works with Swivel Lever as represented in 
the above cut. 



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No 7. Champion Jewelers' Forge, Enclosed Hood, Height 33 Inch, Hearth 18 Inch 
Diameter, Weight 80 Lbs. 

Price ....... $30 00 

Forge No. 7 has a closed Hood, with door in front and a small slide in the rear, and is 

used for tempering tools in Factories where combustible material is used, and also by 

Jewelers, Locksmiths, Cabinetmakers, Pattern and Model makers, Farmers, etc. 



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"Stoddard's" Lightning Tire Upsetter. 



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Made of the Best Material and Designed for Hard Work. The Notched Eccentrics are Chilled. All Machines Tested. 
Blacksmiths will find this Machine far Superior to all others. 



DIRECTIONS FOR USING- UPSBTTER 

The above cut shows the position of Upsetter when set up for use. It should be bolted upright to a 2-inch plank, so that the 
opening comes about 20 inches from the floor. The boss on the back of Upsetter should be let into the plank or post, so that it fits 
solid on the facings. 

A bar of round iron, 1 inch in diameter by 2)4 feet long, must be welded to the wrought iron stub furnished with machine 
(straight from the bend), making the whole length of the bar not less than 4 feet, so that when in place it will stand in the position 
represented in the above cut. (For 4-inch Upsetter a bar of round iron, \% x 3^ feet long, should be used.) 

The small lever should be fastened up (by hook in plank), leaving the eccentrics raised and ready for use, as shown in cut : 
heat the tire to a soft heat, place the hot part under the clamp in the opening to prevent tire from kinking. Bring down the small 
lever in front, so that the eccentrics are pressed firmly to the tire ; let go small lever and bring down long lever, and upset to amount 
required. Then raise long lever first to loosen tire. 

There are four loose pieces — comprising a set (2) of thick and a set (2) of thin, furnished with each No. 3 Special Machine. 

The loose pieces are used in upsetting tires or axles less than 1 inch thick. 

In upsetting tires from S to 1 inch thick, use the set of thick pieces. 

The thin pieces are for use in upsetting heavy 3-foot tires only. 

Always see that your tire sets back s,ilid agaiust the back plate of the machine, and if the lire should be worn thin on one 
1 dg« as is often the case, be sure and put the thin edge against the back of the Upsetter. 



&- Read the Following Remarks: "us 

First. — This is a machine and should never be struck with a hammer; make tire welding hot, and then you can do the work 
without the aid of a hammer. 

SECOND. — Keep scales, chips and pieces of iron from between fixed and movable jaws, and observe that the opening in lower 
part of I'psetter is kept open and clear, as this is made to allow the scale, etc., to drop out. 

Third.— Never set up the Upsetter horizontally, but always perpendicularly on a plank. We give this caution because we 
find that broken machines are the result of one or the other of the above troubles. 

N. B. — In case of breakage or otherwise, be sure to order, by giving the number of the I 'putter or machine, and number on 
the part wanted (which will be found in a conspicuous place on the different parts!. 



No. 
No, 

No. 



Will shrink iron 4 by 2 inch wide . 
•2. Will shrink iron 1 % inch thick by 4 inch wide 



Price, $25 00 
30 00 



No. 



Is a " Special " 4-inch Tire and Axle Upsetter combined, will shrink 2 by 4 inch, or 2 inch square, IT can be | 
Apjcsted to I'pset 3 and 4-F00T Tires, having two sets of loose jaws furnished with each maehin 
and bv removing the loose jaws, will upset axles from i to i-> + inches, combining two machines in one. I 
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Tire Benders. 



WOKCKSTKK TIKE BKJSTDKKS. 




The above is made open on one side, so that a tire can be taken out without springing, and can be put back after welding and trued. 
It is also provided with an extra pair of Rolls, with slip collar, for bending iron edgewise. 

No. 1 Will Bend Iron i Inch by 4 Inches. Weight. 500 Pounds ....... Price, $85 00 

No- 2 H " " 2% " 275 " " SS 00 



■KIXSLKY'A" COMPLETJC WITH CRANKS. 




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No. 1 Will Bend Iron 2 by >/ z Inch. Weight, 102 Pounds 

N <>' » i'A " X " •• 163 

No. 4 6 "1 " •• 322 

No. 5 6 "1 " •• 3 6q 




STYLE OF DOUBLE OEAR. Nos. 3 and 4. 



Price, $12 oo 
" 20 oo 

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595 



FOR LIGXHT AND MEDIUM WORK. 




This machine will bend accurately and easily tires from the lightest to % inch thick by 3 wide. The circle to be made is fixed 
by means of a right and left hand screw, operated by the hand wheel acting equally upon the two lower rollers. The rollers are 
3 inches wide. The upper roller is faced with steel and milled to insure the regular feeding through of the work. It is powerfully 
geared, and two cranks may be used if desired. 



Weight, 140 Pounds 



Price, $30 00 



"Green River" Tire-Shrinker. 




The Tire lies in a properly-shaped former, and force being applied to the handle with the left hand, the right hand remains at 
liberty to use the hammer in keeping the work true and straight, the only safe way of getting a perfect result at a single heat 

The cams which grip the work are set by means of levers at the will of the workman, and are instantly withdrawn from the 
finished tire in the same way. All slipping at starting, and all jamming and sticking after finishing, are thus avoided. 

It is managed by one man with perfect ease, and works equally well on the lightest steel tires and on wagon tires 2}i by % 
inches wide. 

It occupies a space about 2 feet square on the floor. 

Price, $20 00 



Weight, 160 Pounds 



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Tlie above cul represents the No. 2'; Machine. The No. 2!4 Machine is of a larger size than the No. 1, having a Hollow Auger of 
large size, and cutting a Tenon from 3,' to i' ; inches. No. 1 only is without lc->;s. 

No. 1. Complete with Felloe Boring Attachment, Cuts 7/16 to 1 Inch ..... . $25 00 

No. »#. " " 3/4 " 'H "... .... 35 00 

No. •£%. As above, with 2 Augers, Cutting 7/16 to 1 1/2 Inch ........ 45 00 



HAND AND POWER SPOKK 'l'ENONIN(i MACHINE. 




This cut exhibits the Improved Hand and Power Spoke Tenoning Machine, of which two sizes are made. They are intended to 

supply a demand from large factories for a Power Tenoning Machine ; and that this demand has been supplied 

satisfactorily by this Machine is attested by their large sale both in this country and abroad. 

The No. y/ z Machine is fitted with the Nos. 1 and 3 Star Hollow Augers, and will cut Tenons any size from 7/16 to 1 1/2 inches. 
No. S'A Machine, Complete with Felloe Boring Attachment ......... $60 00 



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si I. VKK'S" FA.TIDN T HUB-BOZING MACHIS K . 



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This is of more recent construction than the Dole Hub-Boxing Machine, and combines all the good qualities of that popular 
Machine, besides having some features not possessed by it. The Open Feed Nut, which ad'uits of withdrawing the Mandrel from 
the Hub after boring the required depth, by simply turning the cap to the left, is an important consideration. The peculiar form of 
the Chuck admits of a better view of the work, while the movement of Jaws being effected by the aid of screw pinions working 
directly through the Jaws, gives the Machine great power for clamping the Hub. The Jaws are provided with two shoulders for 
clamping Hubs — the inner ones for light, and the outer ones for heavy work. 

The No. i Machine will clamp Hubs from 2 to t)'/i inches in diameter. The No. 2 Machine, which is designed to be used only 
on very heavy work, will clamps Hubs from 9 to 14^ inches in diameter. When ordered, we furnish the No. 1 Machine with an extra 
Mandrel, made light at the end, and provided with an extra set of small Bits, which renders it suitable for the lightest class of work. 
No. 1 Machine .... Price, $28 00 | No. 2 Machine .... Price, $35 00 

Kxtra Mandrel and Bits for No. 1 . . . Price, $3 50 



"DOLE'S" HTJB -BOXHSTO- MACHINE. 
'Silver's" Patent Open or Adjustable Feed Nut and Gauge Plate Attached. 




This Standard Machine long since became an iudispcusable requisite in the wagon and carriage shops of the country, and 
is sold largely in foreign countries. The popularity acquired by this Machine is almost unparalleled in the history of patent machin- 
ery, They are still made with the solid Feed Nut; but with the addition of the " Silver's " Open Feed Nut and Gauge Plate, they art 
regarded as more desirable, and a large part of our orders are for the Improved Machine. 

No. 1 Machine is fitted for Carriages and light Buggy work. No. 2. Machine is fitted for ordinary Carriage work to four-horse 

is No. 3 Machine is fitted for Wagon work up to the heaviest class. 

PRICES OF MACHINE WITH IMPROVED FEED NUT AND GAUGE PLATE 

Mo 1. Fitted as above described . Price. $23 00 | No. 4. Fitted as above described Price. $26 00 

No. it. Fitted as above described . Trice, $30 00 



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Hale's" Patent Meat Cutter and Stuff er. 




Will cut from 3 to 5 pounds per minute, the quantity varying with the size. 

We can, without hesitation, offer this Cutter and Stuffer combined as the best article in use for the purpose. It will cut (not Thau I 

the meat more rapidly, is more simple in construction, having hut one knife, which is self-sharpening, 

and is easier cleaned than any Cutter made. 

No. 11 Vi 13 

Length, Inch, 56 T% 

Per Dozen, $27 00 33 00 45 00 



" Miles" Patent Butchers' Meat Cutter. 



I.KTTKK " I-'..' 




This is a conveniently arranged form of Machine, and works quite easily. Cuts from 25 to 30 pounds an hour. 
price ............... Each, $15 00 



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This Machine is geared to rim easily, and is particularly adapted for cutting Beef for Bologna Sausages. 

Cuts from 50 to 75 pounds an hour. 



Price 



Each, $30 00 



"Miles" Family Meat Cutter 




No. 1 

Length Cylinder, Inch, 6 

Per Dozen, $24 00 



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"Enterprise Co.'s" Fruit, Wine and Jelly Press. 




This illustration represents the new Combination Fruit Press in operation. We confidently guarantee it superior to all 
others in the market. Its principle is very simple; it is easily operated, ami saves all the rehandling necessary with other pre! 
II can he used for many purposes, such as making Wines, Jellies and Fruit Butters from Strawberries, Raspberries, Blackberries, 
Huckleberries, Crapes, Gooseberries, Elderberries, Cranberries, Currants, Tomatoes, Quinces, Pineapples, and other Fruits and 
Berries, the entire substance being extracted in one operation, the Fruit or Berries being uncooked. 



Price 



$3 00 



"Enterprise" Meat Choppers. 




FAMILY SIZE. No. 10. 



No. IO. Weighs S lbs, Chops i lb per Minute 
No. 12. " 7 " "1 ' 



Price, $3 00 No 22. Weighs 12 lbs, Chops 2 lbs per Minute . Price, $4 00 
2 50 No. 82. " IS •' " 3 . . " 6 00 



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siN(tLK G'ELAJEUECX) — HOTEL SIZl'.s. 



DOTJULK GEARED HUTCHEBS' SIZES. 





No. I. Capacity 6 lbs, Weight when Crated 30 lbs. Price, $5 00 
No. 2. " y " " " " 40 " " 8 00 



No. 3. Capacity 12 lbs, Weight when Crated 60 lbs, Price, $16 00 
No. 4. " 20 " " " " 75 " " 22 00 

No. S. " 40 " " " " 125 " " 40 00 



"Smith's" Improved National Sausage Stuffing Machine. 




Equal to the best in the market. Has double gears, being very powerful, and so easily worked that a boy ten years old can 
work it ; it has two cranks, one for filling, the other to run the rack out rapidly ; it requires only three turns of the crank to run out 
the rack. It is very strong and compact, handsomely finished, with Galvanized Iron Cylinder, and everything first-class. 

The great fault with most Stuffers is that they are gotten up cheap and light in the frame and gear, which causes them to 
break. We have made our Stuffers considerably heavier and stronger in gear and frame for this reason. 



Capacity, 20 lbs 



Price, $20 00 



"Bell's" Improved Ham Pump. 




The pickle forced iu should be full as strong as that in which the legs are afterwards placed. 
Price, with Nickel-Plated Needle. Steel Screw Tip ......... 



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SI^OLTC - CRAXK. 




No. 00. 

This machine has a sleel crank shaft, 2 knives, block 22 inches, and will 
chop 20 lbs of meat, at a time. This machine is very strong and solidly 
built, the block of well-seasoned hard maple, well jointed together, and is 
guaranteed to cut any kind of meat. The knives and improved attachments 
are the same as on the $95 00 Chopper. It is very simple and will last a life- 
time, it runs very' easy, so that most any boy can turn iL 



DOURIvE - CRANK. ( HAND ) 

WITH.MIXEK COMBINED. 




No. o. 

The Best and Cheapest Hand Chopper in the Market. Warranted to Cut 
any kind of Sausage Meat. 

It has a block 25 inches in diameter, 4 knives, a cast steel crank, will cut 
25 to 30 lbs in fifteen minutes, and runs very easy. 



Price 



$60 00 



Price, with Mixer . 

Pulley for Power, $2 00 Extra. 



$95 00 



FOR POWER. 




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Capacity: Chops, Stirs and Mixes Bo to cjo lbs at a time. Block, 
32 Tnehes ; 4 Knives ; Weight, 1200 lbs ; Steel Crank Shaft ; quick adjustable 
Kuife Holders; Belt Shifter, and all Latest Improvements. Pulley. 1.1 inch, 
3 Inch Face. One to two horse will run it. 



Price 



$220 00 



Mixing Arms. 



FOR NOS. AND I MEAT CHOPPERS. 




THIS CUT SHOWS THE SHAPE OF THE MIXING ARMS." 
They are fastened to a shaft as seen on cut of machine. No. o, above. 












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